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Postby ame001 » Tue Jul 02, 2013 2:33 am

Import RMVB to iMovie on Mac- How to Convert/Import RMVB to iMovie on Mac with Mac RMVB to iMovie Converter


RMVB is a multimedia container format developed by RealNetworks, the full name is RealMedia Variable Bitrate. Compared with RM it looks more clear at the same average bitrate. And RMVB is very popular in Asian, especially in China. Many Chinese television episodes and movies are distributed in RMVB. So RMVB has become noticeably present on file sharing platforms such as BitTorrent, eDonkey and Gnutella.

And to Mac users, RMVB is proper video format, not only because iMovie don't import RMVB, but also play RMVB on Mac is not easy too. On the Windows platform, the proprietary RealPlayer SP and the open-sourced Media Player Classic support RMVB. Many other media program don't play RMVB, so if you got some RMVB videos and want to edit it on your Mac, then you will meet a trouble that you can't import RMVB to iMovie. Even play it on Mac is not possible. Then you need a RMVB converter to help you convert RMVB to iMovie friendly formats, so that you can edit RMVB with iMovie.

And Mac RMVB to iMovie converter is an ideal RMVB converter for Mac users, it is especially designed for Mac users to deal with video format converting issues. You can use it convert RMVB to almost all kind of video formats, including iMovie friendly MOV, MPEG-4, DV, MPEG-2, etc. And Mac RMVB to iMovie Converter is very easy to use, just need click your mouse several times you can convert RMVB to iMovie. And on the other hand our Mac RMVB to iMovie Converter can preserve the original video quality while converting RMVB to iMovie at an amazing high speed.

After converting RMVB to other common video format you can freely import your RMVB files to iMovie for editing and play them on Mac or your mobile devices. At the same time, the powerful Mac RMVB to iMovie Converter can also do some simple editing jobs, such as set the resolution, frame rate, bit rate, and you can also trim, crop, rotate, apply your video effect to the video.

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How to import Rmvb into iMovie for editing on Mac?

Step 1:Import Rmvb into Rmvb to iMovie Converter
Install and run Rmvb to iMovie Converter Mac, click add button or drag the Rmvb files to the program directly.
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Step 2:Choose the optimized preset for iMovie like .mov
Select "iMovie" as the output format in the format list. The program has already optimized the video settings for iMovie. The output videos could looks great on iMovie.
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Step 3:Covert Rmvb to iMovie
Hit the "Convert" button to make the conversion, you can import the output files to iMovie (iMovie 11/iMovie 09/iMovie 08/iMovie HD).

Step 4:Import converted Rmvb video to iMovie
Launch iMovie, choose Import > movies, Select the converted video files and click "Import", end.

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Re: How to Convert/Import RMVB to iMovie on Mac with Mac RMV

Postby ame001 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 10:51 am

Canon series camcorder is very popular around the world, and it is one of the most famous camera brands. The XF300 Professional Camcorder represents Canon's entry into professional solid state video acquisition. It takes advantage of the latest HD technology to record full HD video to affordable Compact Flash cards. The Canon XF300 utilizes file-based MPEG-2 compression with an MXF file wrapper. So the Canon XF300 generates MXF files.

People likes watch videos with QuickTime on Mac, but the QuickTime doesn't accept MXF videos. Then trouble's coming, we can't play Canon XF300 MXF files with QuickTime on Mac. That is really boring, is there any way make it possible to play Canon XF300 MXF with QuickTime? The answer is very simple, what we should do is just convert Canon XF300 MXF files to MOV format which is commonly compatible with QuickTime.

MOV is a popular video format on Mac, so it is a good choice to convert to. Then the question is choosing what MXF to QuickTime MOV Converter on Mac. Here I advise you to adopt the professional Mac Canon XF300 MXF to QuickTime MOV Converter, it is just designed for such an situation. With the help of Canon XF300 MXF to QuickTime MOV Converter you can convert MXF to MOV in a very short time, and the original video quality can be preserved perfectly. Additionally, the Mac Canon XF300 MXF to QuickTime MOV Converter is very easy to use, you just need to click mouse few times you can finish all converting works.

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Step by step guide to help you convert Canon XF300 mxf file to QuickTime .mov

Step 1:Add mxf file into Mac Canon XF300 MXF to Mov Converter
Install and run Mac Canon XF300 MXF to Mov Converter, select the mxf files and add them into MXF to Mov Converter for Mac.
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Step 2:Set Output format: .mov
Set output format that you need, here choose QuickTime .mov.

Step 3:Start Conversion
Click the "Convert" button to convert mxf file to QuickTime .mov, just a few minutes, you can finish the conversion.

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