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How to Embed MPEG-2 videos to PowerPoint Slide

Q: “I want to attach a MPEG-2 to PowerPoint slide but to no avail. It keeps popping up error message… Is it possible to insert MPEG-2 files into PPT? “ Well, to solve this dilemma, you need to take a little up front time and set up a workflow that will convert MPEG-2 into a format Read more

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Simpliest Way to Convert MPG Files to Add Videos to iTunes

iTunes is very picky about what kind of formats can be imported into it, and only a few of media formats are supported by iTunes, including MOV and MP4. Therefore many of the videos you come across on the web or other sources can’t be added directly to iTunes or transferred to an iPod, iPhone, Read more

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How to Solve Windows Movie Maker and MPG Incompatible Issues

“I’m experiencing some difficulties in opening an MPG file on Movie Maker for Windows 8. The file shows as if it was “inserted” into the timeline, but I can’t play it nor edit it. I have no issues in playing the file on Windows Media Player, It′s just the Movie Maker that does not read Read more

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How to view MPG videos on your iPad

The MPG files actually is not as popular as MP4, MOV or some other hot file format, well, I mean, it’s not so popular that nearly all Apple portable devices in the market don’t support MPG files, which might have depressed greatly. Therefore if you want to play MPG videos on your iPad, you have Read more

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How to import MPEG-2 video to iMovie

“I have a load of Mpeg-2 video that was encoded on my friends windows computer, is there an easy (and preferably free) way to import the video into iMovie without the quality degrading?” Have you ever encounter such problems mentionded above? If you got some MPEG-2 files from digital camera or somewhere else, you may Read more

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How to Solve Final Cut Pro Won’t Import MPG/MPEG files

The easy workaround to get MPG/MPEG files to work well with Final Cut Pro X or FCP7 is to transcode MPG/MPEG to ProRes codec, which ensures the best results when working with FCP. The .mpg format is used for any video or MPEG animation using the MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 codec, both of which were designed Read more