Excellent solutions for editing AVI in iMovie (iMovie'11 included)
Are you still feeling frustrated that the AVI files can't be recognized by iMovie? Or try to figure out why some AVI files can be imported into iMovie, however, others are disable to do that. Read the article, you can find the answer and get the effective way out.
The reason for some AVI files can’t be compatible with iMovie:
Brief introduction to MPEG Streamclip:
If you want to hunt for the easier solution or prefer some time-saving software, the easy-to-use and intuitive AVI to iMovie Converter should be your best choice. Compared with the MPEG Streamclip, its most attractive feature is no need to have codec knowledge. Only barely mouse clicks can be enough to do all the job.
The AVI to iMovie Converter can help you convert AVI video to iMovie supported videos like MOV or DV with optimized settings while keeping the video quality. More than that, it can accept even HD video editing in iMovie, like MTS, M2TS, H.264 video clips. If you just want to listen to music from movie, you can effortlessly extract audio from the source video.
Step by Step guide on how to edit AVI files into iMovie:
Step 1: Add AVI files
Step 2: Select iMovie as output format
Step 3: Hit “START” to convert AVI to iMovie DV or MOV
In addition, the AVI to iMovie Converter can be a great assistant, if you try to import AVI to Final Cut Pro for editing.
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