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MP4 to iMovie: Import Canon PowerShot G7 X MP4 to iMovie

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MP4 to iMovie: Import Canon PowerShot G7 X MP4 to iMovie
April 09, 2015 09:45PM
MP4 to iMovie: Import Canon PowerShot G7 X MP4 to iMovie
Re: MP4 to iMovie: Import Canon PowerShot G7 X MP4 to iMovie
April 09, 2015 09:46PM
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Re: MP4 to iMovie: Import Canon PowerShot G7 X MP4 to iMovie
April 18, 2016 08:38AM
Why Sometimes Can't Import MP4 to iMovie?

Reason One: iMovie only supports importing MP4 formats with MPEG4/AAC or H.264/AAC data, not all kinds of MP4 formats. Some MP4 files from like Sony, Hybrid camcorders and other devices cannot be accepted by iMovie.

Reason Two: iMovie contains all the essential codecs to read MP4 files. Any different codecs included in audio and subtitle will cause the issue. In the circumstances, we still cannot successfully import MP4 files to iMovie.

All in all, to smoothly import MP4 to iMovie, you'd better to convert these MP4 files to iMovie totally compatible MP4 or MOV (QuickTime) formats.

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It will tell you how to import MP4 and many other video formats like AVI, WMV ,MOV, MKV, FLV, SWF, etc into iMovie.
Technically, iMovie does import MP4 video. However, iMovie only import MP4 files that are encoded with MPEG4/AAC or H.264/AAC data. And yet, MP4 is a video container format that may contain various audio and video codec (and sometimes even subtitle streams included). If the MP4 file is not encoded with iMovie support codec, iMovie will refuse to import this kind of MP4 video.

To solve can't import MP4 to iMovie, you may try the following method [www.idealshare.net]
Re: MP4 to iMovie: Import Canon PowerShot G7 X MP4 to iMovie
March 29, 2017 03:09AM
I agree with what they said. The dates are one of the factors. iMovie is compatible with the most MP4 videos which are codes with MPEG4/AAC or H.264/AAC data. One of the solutions is to change the encoder to a compatible one. You can use HD Video Converter Factory to do it. BTW, you can also convert video from MP4 to AV.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/29/2017 03:25AM by JungQuant.
Re: MP4 to iMovie: Import Canon PowerShot G7 X MP4 to iMovie
April 01, 2017 03:26AM
I agree with what they said. The dates are one of the factors. iMovie is compatible with the most MP4 videos which are codes with MPEG4/AAC or H.264/AAC data. One of the solutions is to change the encoder to a compatible one. You can use HD video converter to do that.
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