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AVI to iMovie: Easy solution to importing AVI to iMovie Importing AVI.
Avi files either from Sony digital camera, Flip video camera, or other different sources, import avi to iMovie can be a painful experience for many Mac users.
iMovie just support MPEG2, DV, HDV, QuickTime Movie and MPEG4 and only read AVI that both the audio and the video were compressed using a codec that iMovie can use. But many avi files can't be recognized by iMovie.
Avi to iMovie Converter is the best partner for us to import avi to imovie and edit avi with imovie. With the powerful imovie import avi converter you just need several easy steps to convert avi to imovie support format like mp4 and then import avi to imovie directly.
Importing AVI to iMovie is not straight-forward when you are attempt to drag and drop the AVI files into iMovie for editing, but with the AVI to iMovie Converter, it is able to do that.
How to import avi into imovie with AVI to iMovie Converter?
Step 1: Add avi video files
Free download, install and run Mac Video Converter, then click "Add File" button to select your desired format that need to be converted from the "file type" list in the pop-up window.
Step 2: Choose output format: "MPEG-4 Movie (*.mp4)"
Seletc the right profile that can be supported by iMovie, such as .mp4,etc.
Step 3: Convert
When you get ready to convert the added videos on Mac, Click the "Convert" button to start conversion.
Step 4: Importing convertion video files to imovie<br>
Launch iMovie, go to "file > import movies". Select the converted MP4 video then click "import".
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