Friday, April 26, 2013

How to Import Flash SWF to iMovie for Editing

iMovie is a wonderful video editing software developed by Apple for the Mac and iOS, including iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, and iPod Touch. iMovie makes it easy to turn your home videos into Hollywood-style films.

What’s new in iMovie 11? 

Movie Trailers - Now you can create Hollywood -style movie trailers in just a few clicks in iMovie 11. Choose from 15 movie trailer templates in almost every genre: adventure, drama, romantic, comedy, and more.

All-New Audio Editing - iMovie shows you detailed audio waveforms for all your clips. To adjust the levels of a clip or part of a clip, just drag the volume slider. To shorten or extend fades, drag the fade edges.

One-Step Effects - In iMovie, you can add jump cuts and flip effects perfectly timed to music. Transition parts of clips from color to black and white, sepia, or a dream haze.

Sports and News Themes - Turn your video into a broadcast news segment complete with sophisticated graphics, sleek transitions, and hard-hitting titles you write yourself.

How to Edit Flash SWF in iMovie 11? 
iMovie 11 supported video formats include: DV, DV Widescreen, HDV 1080i (25 and 30 fbs), HDV 720p (25 and 30 fps), MPEG-4 Simple Profile, iSight. So, if you need to import SWF to iMovie for editing, you will need to convert SWF to iMovie accepted format. To do the conversion, use AST SWF Video Converter for Mac.

Read on to learn how to convert SWF to iMovie step by step: 

Step 1: Free download, install and launch AST SWF Video Converter for Mac.

Step 2: Click the “Source” button to load flash .swf file to the program.

Step 3: Select MP4 as output format from the drop-down list of “Codec”.

Step 4: Click “Capture” then “Start” to start converting SWF to iMovie MP4 video.

Video Tutorial: 

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