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How to get a MP4 File into iMovie

iMovie won’t import MP4 files? Fortuantely, there is an easy workaround to fix the issue. Let’s find it out here. Normally, we would like to adopt iMovie to edit MP4 videos including YouTube MP4 videos, iTunes MP4 videos, GoPro HD MP4 videos, etc. in order to get better videos or more wonderful video files. Although Read more

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How to watch WMV videos on Amazon Fire Phone

To get WMV and Fire Phone to play nicely, the easy option is to convert WMV to H.264 encoded MP4 files. Here is how. The Fire Phone’s 1,280x720p HD screen isn’t as high-resolution as other handsets with 1080p HD or quad HD displays, but it has a respectable 315ppi pixel density. The Amazon phone supports Read more

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How to Prepare Your Videos For Playback on The Apple TV

If you movie isn’t already in one of the Apple TV supported formats or it’s still on a DVD or Blu-ray, you’ll need to encode/re-encode it first. I’ll show you how. I’v had the pleasure of using an Apple TV (3rd generation) these past few months, and I can say without reservation that it is Read more

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How to Import Panasonic GH4 4K footage in FCP, iMovie, Premiere and Avid

The article outlines how to ingest 4K footage from Panasonic GH4 to Final Cut Pro 7, iMovie, Adobe Premiere and Avid Media Composer for smoothly editing. The Lumix GH4 is Panasonic’s new flagship mirrorless camera, and the first of its kind to offer 4k video recording. It can capture either Quad HD (3840 x 2160) Read more

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How to Add MKV videos into iTunes

If you want to add files in MKV to iTunes, you need to convert MKV videos to iTunes friendly format like MP4. Here is how. You will certainly stumble if you try to import MKV to iTunes for easy syncing with iPad, iPhone or iPod. Actually, iTunes is very picky about what kind of formats Read more

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4K XAVC/XAVC S Workflow with Final Cut Pro 7

To get Final Cut Pro 7/6 working perfectly with 4K XAVC or XAVC S files, a best way is to convert them to ProRes MOV, something ensuring best results when using XAVC (S) files in FCP 7/6. Read on to learn details. Sony has started the roll-out of its new, more efficient, mid-range codec: XAVC. Read more

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How to Import and Edit MTS files in Premiere Pro

To get Adobe Premiere Pro working perfectly with AVCHD .mts files, the easiest workaround is to convert MTS to MPEG-2 encoded MPG files, something ensuring best results when using .MTS files in Premiere Pro CS5, CS6 or CC. Although Adobe claimed that Premiere Pro CS5 and above offer much better native AVCHD support than its Read more