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Video Conversion for Mac

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New Mac owner here:

 

Wondering what the easiest way to convert video originally saved for use on Windows for use on Mac. Keep in mind I am not very advanced in my knowledge of technology. Thanks in advance

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I was hoping that wasn't the response I was going to get. I am trying to get video files from an external hard drive on to my computer to be able to edit and make highlights of them. When I try to open the file it says i don't have an application to play the movie file but it won't let me open QuickTime. Not sure what to do

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Thank you. I can at least view the videos now. If i want to edit these clips in iMovie is there anything in particular i need to do to the file? Or is there a better function to accomplish this other than iMovie? Thanks for the help Landlord

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If you want to edit them in iMovie, they will need to be converted. Handbrake is the best Mac conversion tool I know of, and if I remember correctly it's also free. iMovie is powerful software for casual use, I'd stick with it.

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