JVC GY-HM180 is one of the popular camcorders on the market, it works as professional camcorder to help users capture high quality videos. Have you recorded some MOV and MTS videos with JVC GY-HM180 camcorder? In this article, we will share the method to import JVC GY-HM180 MOV/MTS files to iMovie, and then you can edit JVC GY-HM180 MOV/MTS videos with iMovie smoothly.
JVC GY-HM180 is an excellent camcorder. Its fuselage is excellent enough in workmanship and its overall feel is very good. Once you get it you will see its excellent body, it conforms to the high workmanship standard of JVC professional video cameras. Although it mainly focuses on lightweight professional shooting, JVC GY-HM180 looks unambiguous from the outside, looks very professional, and is as excellent as its excellent fuselage performance. JVC GY-HM180 feels very solid when used, thanks to its high quality materials and body workmanship. At the same time, JVC GY-HM180 has obvious advantages in volume. As a camera specialized in positioning, JVC GY-HM180 is indeed very light and portable, which is presumably a very good choice for users who are used to taking their equipment out of the house, in this case, many professional users have selected it as the main camcorder.
Have you also got a JVC GY-HM180 camcorder that can record 1080p videos in MOV/MTS format? On the JVC camcorder forums, there are many JVC users talking about this camcorder, and then have encountered some problems with this camcorder, one of the most popular problems is the issue to import JVC GY-HM180 MOV/MTS to iMovie, the iMovie can’t support JVC GY-HM180 MOV/MTS files natively, most users’ files are not smoothly supported, and it takes much time to render, users want an easy solution to solve the issue, you can check an example question below.
JVC GY-HM180 to iMovie Problem
“I am happy after I bought the JVC GY-HM180 camcorder, but now I have an editing issue with it. Can anyone help me to solve JVC GY-HM180 to iMovie importing and editing issue? I have recorded some 1080p videos with JVC GY-HM180, the recordings are in MOV/MTS format, when I try to import MOV/MTS files from JVC GY-HM180 to iMovie today, I got problems, the iMovie can’t handle the clips smoothly, are the MOV and MTS files recorded by JVC GY-HM180 not compatible with iMovie? can you share a solution with me? Thank you!”
Have you encountered this kind of issue when you deal with recordings of JVC GY-HM180 camcorder? This is a question asked by a JVC GY-HM180 user, after got the JVC GY-HM180 camcorder, many users have the need to edit JVC GY-HM180 files with iMovie on Mac, but nearly all of them have encountered the problem to import JVC GY-HM180 MOV/MTS files to iMovie, because the iMovie can’t support JVC GY-HM180 MOV/MTS files, so you cannot import and edit the footages with iMovie, in this case, what’s the best solution? The best way is to transcode JVC GY-HM180 to iMovie best supported codec and format, then the problem will be solved, and you can edit JVC GY-HM180 videos in iMovie smoothly.
When you check native supported video codec of iMovie on the official website, you will know that Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) is the native editing codec. In order to convert JVC GY-HM180 to iMovie supported format, you will need a top JVC video converter, you can choose to use Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac, with this software you can easily convert MOV or MTS videos recorded by JVC GY-HM180 or other devices to any formats you need, such as convert JVC GY-HM180 video to AIC codec for iMovie, or convert video to DNxHD codec for Avid Media Composer, Apple ProRes 422 codec for FCP X, etc. rich output formats are supported, such as MOV, MP4, MKV, AVI, etc. you can choose the output format according to your need. Now you can follow the steps below to use this software to convert MOV/MTS from JVC GY-HM180 to iMovie.
Step 1. Free download Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac, install this JVC video converter program on your Mac computer, and then run it as the best JVC GY-HM180 to iMovie converter. If you need to convert JVC GY-HM180 videos on Windows 10, you can free download its Windows version.
Step 2. Please run this JVC video converter, and then it will show the main interface, now you can click “Add Files” button to import the JVC GY-HM180 recorded MOV/MTS files into it for converting. This software can also work as 4K video converter, so it will help you to convert 4K UHD videos for you.
Step 3. Please choose a video format for output. As you need to edit JVC GY-HM180 files in iMovie, we recommend you to choose “iMovie -> Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov)” for output, this is the native codec for iMovie.
Step 4. In this JVC video converter you can click settings button to adjust the output parameters, such as video bitrate, frame rate, resolution, etc. you can determine these parameters freely.
Step 5. The last step is to click convert button to start JVC GY-HM180 to iMovie conversion, Acrok Video Converter Ultimate will start the conversion immediately.
When all your JVC GY-HM180 recordings are converted, you can click open folder button and get the output videos, and then you can import the converted JVC GY-HM180 videos into iMovie for editing smoothly.
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Now you have got the workflow to import JVC GY-HM180 MOV and MTS videos to iMovie, and know the main features of this JVC video converter, just get Acrok Video Converter Ultimate software from the link on this page and try it as you want.
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