RM to iMovie Converter, Freely Convert/Import RM Video to iMovie
Mac RM to iMovie Converter, convert RM video to iMovie, RM to iMovie MPEG-2/MPEG-4, RM to iMovie DV/HDV, import RM files to iMovie 08/09 in a fast and easy way.
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RM to iMovie Converter, Freely Convert/Import RM Video to iMovie Part One: Overview of RM File and RM to iMovie Converter As you know, RM file is Media file used by RealPlayer; contains audio or video data or a link to a streaming media file, which is played back as it is downloaded; commonly used for Internet radio and Internet videos. Some Real Media files can be played using VLC media player. However, if you want to import RM files to iMovie for further editing, it becomes tough. As to this, a professional RM to iMovie converter, which capable of converting RM files to iMovie supported formats, seems to be necessary. iOrgsoft RM to iMovie converter is excellent in converting RM to iMovie MPEG-2/MPEG-4, RM to iMovie DV, RM to iMovie HDV, which makes a possibility to import RM files to iMovie 08/09. Part Two: Guide on how to Convert RM to iMovie on Mac With following four steps, you will easily convert your RM files to iMovie compatible format. Free download and launch RM to iMovie converter Click Add Files to load RM files for RM to iMovie conversion on Mac Click Profile drop-down list to set output format, below it select an output folder Note: Select output format MPEG-4 Movie (*mp4) for smaller size. Select output format DV format for best video quality. Click Convert Button to Convert RM video to iMovie files. Part Three: Tip&Tricks on iMovie Tip 1. Import Converted RM Files to iMovie for Further Editing: Launch iMovie, go to File > Import movies. Browse through movies to find the converted RM video files. Click Import. Tip 2. Split a Project in Two When you split a video clip, you simply break it into two clips, preserving both parts. You can then delete the part you don’t want or save it to use elsewhere in your movie. To split a video clip: Select a clip in the Clips pane, clip viewer, or timeline viewer. Drag the playhead in the scrubber bar to the frame where you want to split the clip. Choose Edit > Split Video Clip at Playhead. A new clip immediately appears.