How to convert MVI to MP4 on Mac with MVI to MP4 Mac Converter?
You have got a Canon PowerShot digital camera and have used it record many good memory in your daily life, but you can't enjoy your masterpieces on your Mac. For Canon PowerShot digital cameras save recorded movie files with a name beginning with "MVI_." These files are not related to AutoCAD, but are standard .AVI movie files that can be opened with a video player, while Mac is not compatible with MVI.
So the first thing you have to do is to convert MVI video to MP4 for Mac, but how to convert MVI to MP4? From the Net, I got a perfect conversion tool named Mac MVI to MP4 Converter which can convert MVI to MP4 with best quality, fast converting speed and excellent A/V sync and so on. With it, you can convert MVI to MP4 on Mac freely, and you also can convert MVI to many other friendly formats on Mac including MOV, FCE, FCP, iMovie, WMV, MPG and so on.
What's more, this powerful Mac MVI to MP4 Converter also allow you to edit your MVI videos before converting them to MP4 format, you can edit your videos with the functions including crop video, trim vieo, merge video, add watermark and other powerful functions to make your video become more personalized. So this Converter is your best choice which can help you enjoy your MVI files on your Mac as well as other portable equipments like iPad, iPhone, PSP and so on.
How to convert mvi to .mp4 on Mac?
Step 1: Load mvi video files to MVI to MP4 Converter for Mac
Free download, install and run Mac MVI to QuickTime Converter, click "Add" button to add MVI files into MVI converter. It support batch conversion.
Step 2: Select output format .MP4
In the drop-down list next to "format", select output format .mp4.
Edit Video: You can only get the desired segments by setting the start time point and end time point.
Crop video clips: Switch to crop window, you can remove unwanted parts around the video.
Step 3: Start convert MVI to MP4 video files
After all the necessary setting have been done, click "Convert" button to start converting.
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