Mac users may know that iMovie had claimed to support most of popular HD cam. But actually import AVCHD into iMovie is not so easy, and you will need a Mac with an Intel-based Core Duo processor or better if you want to edit AVCHD videos with iMoive'08 or iMovie'09. Sometimes even you meet this requirement, there may still be difficulties in importing some AVCHD to iMovie, especially the high definition format 1080p.
AVCHD is a high definition video format, many camcorder manufacturers take it as one output video format. Such as Sony, Canon, Panasonic and JVC, they all have AVCHD camcorders. If you have such a camera you may have met troubles when import AVCHD to iMovie for editing. Here I would give some advises to solve the problem can't import AVCHD to iMovie.
Actually it is very simple, what you need to do is just download a video converter and convert AVCHD to iMovie compatible formats like MOV, MP4, etc. and here I support you to adopt our AVCHD to iMovie Converter for Mac, it is a professional Mac video converter, especially designed to help you import AVCHD files into iMovie. Mac AVCHD to iMovie Converter can convert AVCHD to iMovie support formats at an amazing speed and preserve the quality of your original AVCHD files. Therefore you can freely import your AVCHD files into iMovie for editing no matter which iMovie version and AVCHD camcorder you have.
As a professional video convert software our Mac AVCHD to iMovie Converter can also help you to customize you files by merge, split, extract, crop, rotate, control setting, etc. And on the other hand this AVCHD to iMovie Converter is very easy to use, just few mouse clicks done you will get you high quality converted AVCHD files.
How to import avchd into iMovie for editing on Mac?
Step 1:Import avchd into AVCHD to iMovie Converter
Install and run AVCHD to iMovie Converter Mac, click add button or drag the flv files to the program directly.
Step 2:Choose the optimized preset for iMovie like .mov
Select "iMovie" as the output format in the format list. The program has already optimized the video settings for iMovie. The output videos could looks great on iMovie.
Step 3:Covert AVCHD to iMovie
Hit the "Convert" button to make the conversion, you can import the output files to iMovie (iMovie 11/iMovie 09/iMovie 08/iMovie HD).
Step 4:Import converted AVCHD video to iMovie
Launch iMovie, choose Import > movies, Select the converted video files and click "Import", end.
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