converting avi to quicktime for mac users

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converting avi to quicktime for mac users

Postby markwonng » Wed Jul 18, 2012 4:15 pm

I have .avi files that originated on a PC, captured using a long-discontinued firewire card (miro DV 300 by Pinnacle). The avi files play fine on the PC, even without the old card installed. I want to convert the files to quicktime, and bring them into final cut pro 7. My eventual goal is to upconvert from DV to HD and output to a DVD.

There are SO MANY software solutions and settings to choose from. It's making me nuts!

Can someone please recommend the best way/settings to covert avi files to quicktime?


Here we recommend you an excellent Video Converter for Mac and show you the practical way to convert avi to quicktime MOV on mac for you. Download this Mac avi converter and follow the step-by-step tutorial to convert .avi to quicktime.

Step 1: Import AVI Files

To do so, you can directly drag & drop AVI files to the Video converter for Mac. Or you can head to the "Add" menu, choose the AVI files to load into the software.

Step 2: Select Output Video Format mov

After adding the video files you need to convert, and then you can switch to the output file format choosing panel, select a target format(just select mov format this step).

Step 3: Video Effect Editing

Click "Edit" button to crop, adjust and watermark video to satisfy your needs.

Step 4: Convert avi to quicktime on Mac

When you have got ready for all the settings for the added videos in the Mac AVI Converter program, you can click "Convert" button to start to converting avi to quicktime

When the conversion is done, you can play the output MOV videos in QuickTime, edit them in iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or put them on your iPod, new iPad 2 for playback whenever you like. It is cool, right? Have a nice media experience then!

AVI stands for Audio Video Interleave. The .AVI format is what is known as a container format. It specifies a way in which a file may contain audio and video data. It does not specify how that data is encoded. The encoding of audio and video data is specified in what are known as codecs. A codec (short for COmpressor/DECompressor) tells the computer how to decode the audio and video tracks that have been encoded within the .AVI file. QuickTime Player can use numerous codecs by default. You can also add additional codecs to extend QuickTime's features using plug-ins or third-party installations.

When QuickTime opens an .AVI file, it checks to see which codecs were used to encode the audio and video tracks within it. For example, an .AVI file may contain a video track encoded in the Cinepak codec and an audio track encoded with the ALaw 2:1 codec. If both the audio and the video were compressed using a codec that QuickTime can use, the file will play normally. If the audio or video or both were created using codecs that QuickTime cannot use, you may see a message like the following:

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