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Nikon D600 iMovie Importing Tips:Convert Nikon D600 H.264 MOV to iMovie optimizing format AIC codec for smootly Editing

The Nikon D600 crosses the two segments of Nikon's line of DSLR cameras: it's a pro spec full-frame camera, with some distinctly consumer features. It has a 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, ISO 100 to 6,400, 39 autofocus points, a 3.2” LCD display, offers 1080p movie capture at 30p, 25p, 24p and 60p; 50p and 25p options at 720p. Movie clips can be up to 29 mins and 59 seconds in length. It's clear that the Nikon D600 offers huge potential and we can't wait to put it through its paces.

I am looking forward to get the Nikon D600, but one of my best friends who is a mac editing software user told me that editing D600 1080P H.264 MOV files in iMovie is not very smoothly as H.264 is a delivery codec rather than editing codec for iMovie, alought MOV is friendly for iMovie.So I'm looking for a way to convert the 1080p h.264 .mov files that get created when I upload the video from the camera in order to edit in iMovie on mac.

After many times of tests, I find Brorsoft Nikon H.264 MOV to iMovie Video Converter ,this software has proven to be fast, easy to use, and has never failed me even once. And what inspired me most is through the customer service you can feel there are real people at the other end, to advise and help. Something that you will not often find with other software suppliers.So I recommended my friend also to have a try, then he told me only used once so far but that went with zero issue and there was no difficulty in navigation or modfication of output format parameters.

If you got Nikon D600 on-hands, you must wonder how to convert Nikon D600 H.264 MOV to iMovie optimizing format AIC codec for smootly editing, below is a step-by-step guide for your reference.

1. Run the top H.264 to AIC Converter and import h.264 MOV videos you want to transcode.

2. Click format bar to choose iMovie/FCE --> Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov)., it’s best for iMovie editing.

3. Adjust video and audio parameters in Profile Settings, where you can get by clicking Settings icon. You’d better set the video frame rate as 30fps, video size as 1920*1080 to keep the best quality for editing in iMovie with least quality loss possibly.

4. Click Converter button to start transcoding H.264 MOV files to AIC for iMovie on Mac OS X.

After a shot waiting, you can click “open” button to find the output files and transfer your H.264 MOV footages from Nikon D600 into iMovie for further editing without crashing problem and avoid rendering.

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