Learn how to convert MKV to iMovie on Mac

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Learn how to convert MKV to iMovie on Mac

Post by stephenz » Tue Apr 19, 2011 5:48 am

Need to convert MKV to iMovie for the purpose of customized video editing? Nonetheless a challenge will stop you from converting MKV to iMovie: you can't seem to directly import MKV to iMovie.
MKV is an open and free Mastroska Multi-media Container file which can encapsulate videos with varied codec, up to SIXTEEN audios with many different formats and subtitles with several different languages into a single Matroska Media file. Eventhough it is popular with a great deal of video photographers and video newbies, it is unrecognizable with iMoviea video editing software program that permits Mac users to edit their movies. In other words a MKV to iMovie Converter is in great need here for you convert MKV to iMovie suitable formats (movie file format, SDV&HDV format, Quick Time movie format, AVCHD, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4).

Utilizing Mac MKV to iMovie Converter, you can transfer MKV to iMovie identifiable formats (.mp4 is strongly recommended here) without difficulty.

Download MKV to iMovie Converter:
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Step-by-step guide for you to import MKV to iMovie:

The first step: Install and run MKV to iMovie Converter for Mac. And then you will see the next major user interface.
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The second step: Add MKV documents. Click "Add" icon to import MKV files to the software.
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Please note: If you'd like to obtain in-depth info of the original MKV file, you only need to right-click the file and opt for "media information";.
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Profile: Select.mp4 as the output format.
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Video and Audio Quality: Make a options among prime quality, medium quality and inferior quality, and so on.
Output: Opt for a destination folder for the output file.
Apply to all: The settings for your previous file will be applied to all the selected MKV files in the file list, thus you can set multiple videos at the same time.
Merge into one: Consolidate all of the files into a single file.

The third step: Edit MKV files. Prior to you import MKV to iMovie for further editing it's also possible to do a few video modifying by cropping, trimming, effect adjusting and watermarking with this MKV to iMovie Converter.
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The forth step: Begin to convert. Click on the large "Convert"button to convert MKV to iMovie suitable file on Mac OS X.
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After the conversion you can get iMovie readable MP4 files. At this time you only need to launch iMovie and import the converted MKV to iMovie for further more editing. Enjoy the fun!
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