iMovie is a great way to share with others. Usually, iMovie did work with .mov files. But people come across the unpleasant experience that they fail to import their videos to iMovie. That’s because the videos they try to import are incompatible with the video editing software. These video files require conversion before importing. One of the best solutions is to convert video to iMovie-compatible video formats before importing, with an excellent video converter software.
This article mainly helps you make your videos more compatible with iMoive, so you can smoothly import video to iMovie to edit. Here, the Video Converter for Mac is recommended. It’s powerful and easy to use. Get the details from below.
It supports an exhaustive list of conversion formats and takes less time to convert your video files because you can do it in batches. In order to convert QuickTime video files to iMovie, simply follow the steps below.
Free download the trial version to have a try!

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Step 1. Getting Files Ready


Drag-n-drop your videos files or upload it from the containing folder on your desktop.
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Step 2. Convert the files


Select “iMovie” which is under the editing category and click on the convert button on the bottom-right corner of screen.
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A pop-up message will appear once the conversion has been completed. You can click straight onto message to retrieve the converted files from the containing folders. There you go, your videos are now ready to be played or edited on iMovie!
But wouldn’t you prefer a more direct method to edit your video files instead of using two separate softwares? Why not consider editing your video files with Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate as well since you’re converting your QuickTime videos with it?

Step 3. Editing the files


The Video Converter Ultimate is equipped with some basic editing features that might be able to fulfill your needs, such as trimming to adjusting, adding effects, watermarks and also subtitles to your videos. I’ve added in several more screenshots just to give you an overview of the editing features that’s available.

Trim: Just trim the video on the timeline directly or type in the exact start and end time.
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Adjust: You can crop the video however you want it to be as well as re-set the aspect ratio.
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Subtitle: With the ease of a click, it is very easy to upload the subtitle for your video.
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Watermark: If you prefer to have text watermark, just type into the text box or else upload an image watermark from your own file.
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Effect: Besides adding effects, there’s additional setting that you could fine-tune such as volume; brightness; contrast and saturation level.
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