How to convert MVI files to AVI with MVI to AVI Converter for Mac?
Do you need to convert MVI to AVI on Mac? If you have one of Canon PowerShot SX Series, Canon IXus Series, Canon PowerShot S Series, or Canon PowerShot G Series etc, you may get some MVI files, but there is a problem that MVI file is not recognized by many of Mac applications.
MVI stands for Musical Video Interactive, a DVD based means of packing audio, video and interactive visual content (for example lyrics) onto one disk. Canon PowerShot digital cameras save recorded movie files with a name beginning with "MVI_."
So if you want to convert MVI to AVI in an easy way, you should have the Mac MVI to AVI Converter for Mac. This converter can help you convert MVI to AVI with high quality and speed. What's more, you also can use it to convert MVI to other video formats such as MP4, MOV, MKV, VOB, TS, WMV, etc on Mac.
In addtion, this MVI to AVI Converter for Mac also enables you edit your MVI fiels, you can trim videos, crop videos, merge videos, add watermark, and other editing functions. After converting MVI to AVI or converting MVI to other formats on Mac, you can enjoy your videos on iPod, iPad, iPone, PSP, PS3, etc.
The guide shows you how to convert MVI to AVI with Mac MVI to AVI Converter on Mac.
Step 1. Free download, install and launch the Mac MVI to AVI Converter.
After running this Mac MVI to AVI Converter, then just click "Add" button to upload the MVI videos from your Mac.
Step 2. Select output format and set the destination
Click on the drop-down list of "Format" to choose the output format, Here you can choose "Common Video" > "AVI MSMPEG4-V3 (*.avi)" as output format. Then you can click "browse" to set your converted files destination.
Step 3. Click "Convert" button to start converting MVI format on Mac.
Of couser, if you would like, there are some editig functions to allow you make you videos before convert MVI files, like add watermark, trim video, crop video. When all things are ready, just click "Convert" button to convert MVI to AVI on Mac.