Edit the Canon 6D videos in iMovie 8/9/10 without problems
Summary: The following passage guides you how to convert Canon 6D H.264 MOV footages to iMovie with Apple Intermediate Codec encoded MOV file so that you can edit the Canon 6D videos in iMovie 8/9/10 without problems.
Canon EOS 6D is the world’s smallest and lightest full-frame DSLR. If you’re in the market for a full-frame DSLR for ultimate technical quality and super-fast autofocus for action, but don’t want to pay extra for (or carry the weight of) the 5D Mark III, the 6D is about 95% of the 5D Mark III for a lot less money. The EOS 6D is built around a new Canon CMOS sensor, which offers a pixel count of 20.2MP. In concert with the DIGIC 5+ processor it offers a standard ISO range of 100-25600, expandable down to 50 and up to 102,400.
With every new Camera, comes many new questions about workflow. The term ‘workflow’ can be fairly broad, but today I am looking at importing Canon EOS 6D footage into Final Cut Pro. The Canon 6D uses the same workflow as the Canon EOS series of cameras which includes the 550D (T2i), 600D (T3i), and 1000D (XS), because it records in the same H.264 MOV format. Although the tools for importing the footage have been updated by Canon, it seems not working well when ingesting 6D footage to iMovie. Below, I will throw a quick tutorial up on how to import videos from Canon 6D into iMovie without the EOS Movie Plugin-E1.
UFUWare HD Video Converter for Mac – this program is good at encoding camera shootings in different formats (H.264 MOV, MTS/M2TS, MXF, etc.) to video editing software compatible file types, i.e. AIC for iMoive, ProRes for FCP, and DNxHD for Avid Media Composer. In this guide, we will run it as a Canon MOV to iMovie Converter to convert Canon EOS 650D (Rebel 6D) to AIC for iMovie. More than dealing with Canon 6D recordings, you can also use it to handle H.264 MOV footage shot by Canon EOS 550D(Rebel T2i), Canon EOS 600D(Rebel T3i), and Canon EOS 1000D(Rebel XS).
How to import Canon 6D h.264 footage in iMovie on Mac for editing?
Step 1: Run Canon 6D MOV to iMovie Converter and load H.264 MOV clips to it
You can click either “Add Video” button or “Add from folder” button to load source Canon 6D MOV files.
If you want to combine the loaded MOV clips into one file, simply select all files and click Merge.
Step 2: Select “Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov)” as target format
In order to convert Canon 6D MOV to AIC for use in iMovie, simply hit “Format” menu and follow “iMovie and Final Cut Express” > “Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov)”.
1. By clicking “Browse” button, you can browse and specify a destination folder for the output AIC files instead of the default save path.
2. By clicking “Settings” button, you are able to enter the “Profile Settings” panel to adjust video and audio parameters for your Canon 6D MOV source files, including video size, bit rate, frame rate and more.
Step 3: Start Canon 6D H.264 MOV to iMovie AIC (*.mov) Conversion
Click the big button “Convert” to start Canon 6D H.264 MOV to AIC Conversion. As soon as the conversion is completed, you are able to click “Open” button to get the generated AIC MOV files for use in iMovie.
Step 4: Import converted Canon EOS 6D MOV to iMovie
Launch iMovie, and then choose File > Import > Movies to import the converted Canon EOS 6D MOV to iMovie for further editing.
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