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Old 22-10-2009, 4:23 AM
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Arrow imovie import MTS - How to import MTS video to Apple iMovie on Mac with mts to imovie

iMovie is part of Apple's iLife suite and lets you view and work with, edit and share your movies. The latest version of iMovie has made a marked improvement in working with large projects, reliability and performance. Your movies, clips and photos are automatically organized in the built-in library so they're just a click away. iMovie has an innovative interface that makes it quick and easy to look through the library and to create new movies. With a few simple steps, you can import movies to your site, put them up on YouTube and even create clips for your phone, iPhone, iPod or Apple TV.

iMovie supports both standard and high definition videos in a number of video formats including MPEG-2, MPEG-4, Quick Time Movie, AVCHD, DV and HDV(High Definition Video), Mac Video Converter is the best MTS to iMovie Converter that can convert mts to imovie mp4 format, then you can import mts to imovie.

How to import MTS movie to imovie with MTS to iMovie Converter?

Step 1: Add MTS movie files
Download, install and run MTS to iMovie Converter, then click "Add File" button to load MTS video files for converting.


Step 2: Select output format
Choose a format like "MPEG-4 Movie (*mp4)" which is compatible with iMovie from the profile drop-down menu.


Step 3: Convert MTS video files to iMovie MP4
Click "Convert Checked Item(s)" button on the toolbar to start converting MTS files to iMovie MP4 format.


Step 4: Importing convertion mp4 files to imovie
Launch iMovie, go to "file > import movies". Select the converted MP4 video then click "import".
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Old 22-10-2009, 4:25 AM
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Arrow iMovie import VOB, VOB into iMovie, import vob video files to apple iMovie on Mac

iMovie is a proprietary video editing software application which allows Mac users to edit their own home movies. But a number of mac users wato to import video into imovie, but imovie don't allow do that. Because iMovie don't support those video format, such as, VOB, AVI, MP4, MOV, FLV, WMV, TS, DV, F4V, MKV, MOD, TOD, AVCHD, HD Video, etc.

Mac Video Converter is the best VOB to iMovie Converter to import vob to iMovie for edit. Use VOB to iMovie Converter, you just to convert your vob video file to MPEG-2, AVCHD from Camcorders, DV (standard definition), HDV (high definition), MPEG-4, DV that iMovie support.

How to import vob video files to imovie with mac imovie converter?

Step 1: Load your vob files
You can free download VOB to iMovie Converter, install and launch it. Then, you can click "Add File" button to add your vob files that you want to import to imovie for edit.


Step 2: Select output file format
You can choose output file format that imovie support "MPEG-4 Movie (*mp4)".


Step 3: Convert vob to .mp4
Just click "Convert Checked Item(s)" button on the toolbar to start converting vob to mp4.


Step 4: Importing convertion mp4 files to imovie
Launch iMovie, go to "file > import movies". Select the converted MP4 video then click "import" that you want to.
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Old 27-10-2009, 4:31 AM
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Arrow iMovie MKV import, iMovie import MKV - importing MKV movies to apple iMovie on Mac OS

iMovie is a video editing software application which allows Mac users to edit their own home movies. iMovie imports video footage to the Mac using either the FireWire interface on most MiniDV format digital video cameras, the USB port, or by importing the files from a hard drive. From there, the user can edit the video clips, add titles, and add music. Effects include basic color correction and video enhancement tools, and transitions such as fade-in, fade-out, and slides.

Before you can begin working in iMovie, you need to bring in some video from a video recording device and store the video on your computer (or an external hard disk). iMovie will also allow you to import the following file formats:
DV (standard definition) and HDV (high definition), MPEG-2 and AVCHD from Camcorders, MPEG-4, DV, and .MOV files stored in Mac. MKV to iMovie Converter can import MKV to iMovie supported format such as mp4 for edit.

How to import MKV video files to apple imovie on Mac OS X with iMovie Mac Video Converter?

Step 1: Add MKV video files
Download, install and run MKV to iMovie Converter, then click "Add File(s)" button on the toolbar, select you want to convert MKV files in the dialog box that open.


Step 2: Select output format: "MPEG-4 Movie (*mp4)"


Step 3: Convert MKV file
Click "Convert Checked Item(s)" button on the toolbar to start converting the files.


Step 4: Importing convertion mp4 files to imovie
Launch iMovie, go to "file > import movies". Select the converted MP4 video then click "import".
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