Before we start talking this issue, would you like to join us to see the example of what trouble that someone will usually meet? If you have the similar experience, why not show your useful tips to other friends?
‘I am a camera man and work in a TV station, recently I shot some match videos from the occasion with our professional assistant, Sony PMW-RX50. What I now want to do is a further editing in iMovie with the shot footages. But something like ‘Unsupported Video’ showed on the screen. Could I need to change another editing tool?’
As a high quality camcorder recorder, we got the footages are always encoded by XAVC or MPEG, which are both unfriendly with iMovie or FCE as you know. What? You would like to ask some third-party plug-ins for a help? Of course sometimes it can do you a favor. However, to find an effective way with the stable capacity of converting XAVC to the suitable MOV for iMovie and FCE, Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac can get rid of your trouble well. A nice XAVC to iMovie converter also with the faster conversion speed. What’s the most important, no quality loss after working work this program, do you believe that?
Open the program if you have downloaded and installed the program, ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’ could help you lot. Drop down the output list, could you see the ‘iMovie/Final Cut Express’>>’Apple inter Mediate Codec(AIC)(*.mov)’, both for iMovie and FCE, we can select it as the best one.
There are so many other functional items on the main interface, such like ‘Settings’, adjust your video size or video codec, etc. For ‘Editor’ to do a simple dispose of your files. Here I want to mention is the ‘Options’ button, it is deserved to take around. Finally, ‘Convert’ button you can hit to start your job!