easy solution for editing m4v video files on windows

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easy solution for editing m4v video files on windows

Postby markwonng » Sat Sep 15, 2012 4:14 pm

Question A: How do I edit an M4V file? I want to crop the file down to one clip that is a few seconds long. How do I do this?
Question B: I need to edit my M4V video, such as trimming, splitting, joining and volume please. Anyone knows how to achieve this?

M4V is a video format that is typically used for the items downloaded from the Apple iTunes store. Since m4v editor files may be copy-protected using Apple's FairPlay DRM copyright protection, users will need to choose a specialized video editor in order to be able to adjust their contents. Well, what we need is edit m4v , which helps to customize remarkable .m4v editor for you. Wondershare Video Editor is a powerful video editor that enables you to edit home videos like trim, rotate, crop, merge, etc.

Step 1: Import m4v files to the M4V Editor
You can click "Import" and browse from your hard drive to select the m4v videos you want to edit or drag and drop m4v files to the resource pane directly to load them. For saving time, you can import videos in batch. Then drag videos to the video track to add videos for editing.

Step 2: Edit .M4V files
Then add M4V files from User's Album to Timeline and retouch your files. Double click the clip you want to edit, and you will see the editing functions.

Step 3: Share edited M4V files
When you finished your editing, click "Create" to publish your videos. To save M4V video in other formats on local computer

What is M4V?

M4V is a file container format used by Apple's iTunes application. The M4V file format is a video file format developed by Apple and is very close to MP4 format. The differences are optional Apple's DRM copyright protection and the treatment of AC3 (Dolby Digital) audio which is not standardized for MP4 container.
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