Edit Canon 650D H.264 MOV in iMovie by Transferring H.264 videos form EOS Rebel T4i 650D to iMovie AIC MOV
After learning this article , you will know how to import and convert Canon EOS 650D H.264 MOV footages to iMovie on Mac OS X and edit canon Rebel T4i MOV with AIC MOV codec easily, all process only within 3 simple steps .
[Q]Frustration with iMovie and Canon EOS 650D (also called Canon Rebel T4i) H.264 MOV transcoding
"I have had the EOS 650D for a few weeks now and prior to purchasing the Canon EOS 650D, I had been using the Canon EOS 600D. The main reason for the upgrade was down to the following reasons:
•The Digic 5 processor
•The ability to create HDR images in camera
•Faster FPS rate: 5fps vs 3.7fps (the 1.3fps increase does make all the difference, but there again, I’m easily pleased)
•More sensitive ISO level (25k)
•A built-in Speedlite transmitter
•Improved movie recording
But now , I have met frustration with iMovie and Canon EOS 650D. As I know, MOV is the best video format for iMovie, why we can’t copy Canon 650D MOV clips to iMovie for editing on Mac?”
[A]So, why you haven’t converted the H.264 to AppleInterMediate Codec for working on iMovie?
Actually, the problem lies in the codec, not the format itself. The EOS 650D/Rebel T4i adopts the H.264 standard for video compression while the most suitable video codec for iMovie is Apple InterMediate Codec. Thus, if you get difficulty in editing Canon’s H.264 MOV in iMovie, you should convert H.264 MOV to AIC on Mac OS X. In order to ensure the HD quality of your MOV recordings, a powerful and professional MOV to AIC converter becomes so vital in the process of solving H.264 MOV and iMovie problem.
Brorsoft Video to iMovie Converter for Mac, applying which you are capable of transcoding and putting EOS Rebel T4i H.264 MOV to iMovie with original quality at much faster speed than other converters do, joining several video clips together, adding text/image/video to the imported files, splitting video at certain length or time, and replacing audio tracks, etc. Thus, the EOS Rebel T4i to iMovie Converter is the best choice for you. You can follow the steps below to learn the proper workflow for converting EOS 650D/Rebel T4i footages for iMovie.
Guide: Workflow to Convert EOS 650D/Rebel T4i H.264 MOV to iMovie with Mac MOV to AIC converter
Step 1: Run the best iMovie AIC MOV Converter and load the EOS Rebel T4i H.264 MOV recordings to it
Step 2: Select iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov) for converting EOS 650D MOV to AIC for iMovie by clicking the Format box.
Step 3: Click “Convert” and start the Canon 650D H.264 MOV to AIC conversion on Mac OS X immediately.
Tricks and tips for the H.264 MOV to AIC conversion:
1. If you want to combine several clips into one, please tick the box “Merge into one”;
2. In order to split videos beyond the size limitation while uploading to website, please click the “Split” button on the mian interface
3. If you want the HD converted files with a smaller size, please reduce the video size in Settings from 1920*1080 to 1440*1080 or 1280*720
When the H.264 MOV to AIC conversion is 100% completed, you can easily and effortlessly add the converted AIC MOV files to iMovie for futher editing. Moreover, if you want to change your iMovie to other Mac editing softwares, including Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, etc. the versatile Video Converter for Mac is the most effective converting tool for you. Please go to the Video Converter for Mac to get more info.
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