Showing posts with label iMovie. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iMovie. Show all posts

Monday, January 27, 2014

Edit your GoPro Hero 3 footage in iMovie and share on Instagram with friends

This is a brief guide of how to convert your GoPro Hero 3 footage to iPhone, so that you can edit it in iMovie and share it to friends on Instagram. 
GoPro's lineup of mount-anywhere cameras have been dazzling extreme sports enthusiasts for years. With the GoPro 3, you can easily shoot footages with your hands free – that's pretty convenient yet safe when you are surfing, skating, snowboarding or traveling.

I'm rather fond of taking this little magic box out on vacation with great fun. However, unlike professional cameras, I always need to edit some of them. As I just got a new iPhone 5S, iMovie should be a good choice which is free to IOS 7 users.


With the help of Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac, I am able to import GoPro Hero 3 footage to iMovie on iPhone and post it on Instagram.

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How to convert GoPro Hero 3 MP4 video to iMovie on iPhone?

Step 1. Load files to the GoPro to iMovie Converter for Mac.

Launch the GoPro MP4 to iMovie Converter for Mac and add footage files to it. Keep your GoPro Hero 3 on and connect it to Mac; click "Add video" to load video clips or "Add from folder" to load the entire folder. Then you can preview the whole videos in the preview window on the right area.

Step 2. Choose AIC MOV format for iMovie.

Click "Format" drop-down list and choose "iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov)" as the most compatible format for iMovie.

Notes: If the default settings do not fit your needs, you can click "Settings" button to customize output video bitrate, channels, frame rate, etc. In general, the higher video bit rate you choose, the larger output file size will it be; and vice versa.

Step 3. start conversion.

Now hit the big "Convert" button to start converting GoPro Hero 3 MP4 to AIC MOV for iMovie on iPhone. After it completed, hit "Open" button to find the generated.

Now transfer the converted video to iPhone via iTunes and open it in iMovie for iPhone app. Edit it and upload to Instagram; just have a try.

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Monday, September 30, 2013

Convert Sony Handycam HDR-PJ790V/PJ780 MTS to iMovie/FCE

Follow this article to quick learn how to convert and import Sony Handycam HDR-PJ790V/780 AVCHD MTS file to iMovie/FCE for editing on Mac.

Sony Handycam HDR-PJ790V/PJ780 are very popular models among Sony Handycam series and many people prefer to shoot vacation videos with them; for that they are not large in size and capable of shooting high quality AVCHD videos in MTS. Hereby many mac users would prefer to edit the Sony Handycam HDR-PJ790V/PJ780 MTS videos on Mac directly, in programs like iMovie 8/9/11, Final Cut Express 4, etc.

Here comes the problem: can I import Sony Handycam AVCHD footage to iMovie/FCE for editing?

Convert Sony Handycam AVCHD Footage to iMovie/FCE

The answer is yes! Follow these steps, you can easily import and editing Sony Handycam HDR-PJ790V/780 AVCHD MTS videos in iMovie 8/9/11 and Final Cut Express 4 with the help of  Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac. With it you are able to fast convert Sony MTS videos to iMovie/FCE editable video easily. Also it provides a high conversion speed and supports bath conversion. What’s more, its built-in video editor enables you custom MTS files freely.
Step-by-step guide on converting Sony Handycam HDR-PJ790V/780 MTS videos to iMovie/FCE.

Step 1. Directly Download this mac-based program here to your Mac. Install and run it successfully.

Step 2. Add MTS file.

Use USB cable to hook your Sony Handycam to Mac and keep it on. Thus this camera will show as a hard drive icon on desktop.

Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac

Pls note the top left icons; you can click the first one to load individual MTS (real video clips), or click the second one to load the entire AVCHD folder. Wait a moment,source files will be load soon.

Attached the AVCHD footage file structure:
AVCHD file structure

Step 3. Output Settings for iMovie and Final Cut Express.

Click “Format” and choose “iMovie and Final Cut Express -> Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC)(*.mov)“ as the best video codec for iMovie 8/9/11 and FCE 4.

Convert AVCHD to iMovie/FCE

Step 4. Click "Convert" to start converting Sony Handycam HDR-PJ790V/PJ780 MTS to AIC for iMovie/FCE. Wait for a few moments, click “Open” to locate the converted video.

After format conversion finished, you can launch iMovie and add the converted camera clips to your Even library through "File -> Import -> Movies..." like this:
Import Video File to iMovie

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