Import Divx to iMovie- How to Convert/Import Divx into iMovie with Mac Divx to iMovie Converter

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Import Divx to iMovie- How to Convert/Import Divx into iMovie with Mac Divx to iMovie Converter

Post  scottzhong123 on Mon Feb 27, 2012 10:26 am

Divx is a digital multimedia video format that compressed the audio with MP3 codec and image with MPEG-4 codec. Invented by the DivXNetworks, and since it appeared in 2000 more and more people accepted Divx, because it can compress lengthy video segments into small size while maintain relatively high visual quality. By the way, video compressed with Divx codec may appears in any extension name below: MP4, MKV, AVI and Divx.

And if you got some Divx videos and want to edit them on Mac you will find that you can't import Divx into iMovie. Basically Divx files only played on WindowsMediaPlayer unless you installed the Divx plug-in. And iMovie don't read Divx codec, so if you want to import Divx to iMovie for editing you must convert Divx to iMovie friendly video formats such as general MP4(compressed with codec iMovie can recognize) and MOV.

Here I advise you to use our professional Mac Divx to iMovie Converter, it is a program especially designed for Mac users aimed to deal video converting problems. The fast converting speed and no visual loss output video makes our Divx to iMovie Converter on Mac competitive compared with other video converters. With the help of Mac Divx to iMovie Converter, just need few clicks you can finish video converting jobs and import your Divx files to iMovie for editing. Some simple video editing jobs like merge, extract, split, add subtitle, rotate, etc is also available to our Mac Divx To iMovie Converter.

How to import Divx into iMovie for editing on Mac?

Step 1:Import Divx into Divx to iMovie Converter

Install and run Divx to iMovie Converter Mac, click add button or drag the Divx 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 Divx 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 Divx video to iMovie

Launch iMovie, choose Import > movies, Select the converted video files and click "Import", end.


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