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How to Make Flash Editable on iMovie?

Post by cici116819 on Mon Nov 14, 2011 8:43 pm

How to Make Flash Editable on iMovie?

A Glance at iMovie New Features
1. Make trailers by yourself –drag-and-drop to storyboard to start, select from 15 trailer templates for your Flash files or movie clips, and adjust it to fit plus add transitions, titles and special effects.

2. You control all the sounds –the detailed color coded audio waveforms and the new single-row view let you master all the sound effects, voiceover, and music in one horizontal row.

3. Add visual effects –make your home videos and Flash files more entertaining by adding the jump cuts, flip effects, transitions and up to 12 clip effects.

4. Find your star easily–people finder helps you find your great cast and favorite stars no matter in close-ups, medium shots, or wide angles. You just can find that right face whenever you want to.

5. Turn your video or Flash into sports and news–the sports and news themes are the fun way to turn your video clips into a broadcast news segment or sports video highlightsrespectively.

6. Share what you’ve done with the world - publish your movies and Flashes in more ways to more places.Export to iTunes, watch on iOS devices, share on SNS, upload to video-sharing sites, send it to CNN iReport or directly to Apple Podcast Producer.

Video Formats that iMovie Supports
Get amazed by the above-mentioned features? No problem, you can start to try those functions immediately by inputting the right video formats in iMovie and from the right devices.

iMovie Supported Video Formats
DV, DV Widescreen, HDV 1080i (25 and 30 fps), HDV 720p (25 and 30 fps), MPEG 4 Simple Profile, iSight

Other iMovie Supported Sources or Formats
video camera, iSight camera or other webcam, disc, VCR, TV Tuner, cell phone, Still Camera

Make Flash SWF Editable on iMovie
As you can see from the table that SWF is not the format that iMovie would support, therefore, you will need to use a Flash SWF to Video Converter to make the original Flash SWF file playable and editable in iMovie.
The brief 3-step tutorial below will teach you how:
Step 1: Input your source Flash SWF file via one of the import ways it offers.

Step 2: Choose one of the iMovie-supported format from Style drop-down menu and access the advanced output profile settings for more parameter customizations. Here we take MP4 for example.

Step 3: Start the Flash SWF to iMovie conversion after a quick performance testing.

Enjoy editing Flash SWF files on iMovie now and wish you a nice and creative video output.


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