Edit HD video files on Mac with HD video editor for mac OS X
HD(High-definition) camcorders and HD TVs are now taking over the market. Many users might have just got their HD camcorders. However, a lot of HD camcorder users may be experiencing difficulties editing their HD video files, especially on if they are running Mac OS. Many HD camcorder files are encoded by AVCHD, which is not supported by many editing applications. Mac HD Video Converter is not only a great Mac converter for HD videos, but also an easy HD video editing software for Mac users. It can edit AVCHD, MKV, TOD, TS, TP, TRP, Flip HD MP4 etc.
HD editing (editing AVCHD, editing TS/TP/TRP, editing HD MKV etc.) with this HD editor is easy. You just need to install Doremisoft Mac HD Video Converter and follow the steps below:
Step 1: Import AVCHD (or other HD) files
Click the "Add File" button to browse your hard drive and import flip videos to this HD editing software.
Step 2: Edit HD video
Click on the Edit icon from at the top of the main interface to open the editing window. And now you can:
1. Crop HD video
You will first see the Crop window, if you want to crop your HD video, just drag the crop frame to specify the area you want to crop. Or you can set the crop values on the lower part of the screen.
2. Edit HD video effects
Click on "Effect" tab on the lower left of the editing window, and you will see the options to let you edit video effects. You can set video brightness, contrast and saturation, and apply a special effect such as gray, old film or emboss.
3. Trim HD video length
If you want to trim the length of your HD video, click on Clip icon at the top of the main interface to open the Clip window. Then trim HD video length using one of the three methods as shown on the figure below:
Step 3: Convert HD video
Now, you are done editing HD video. Click the "Profile" drop-up list, and click on the profile you prefer to select it. Then, click on the Start button on the lower right corner of the main interface to convert your HD videos to the desired formats.
If you want to edit your HD videos in iMovie, click here to see how to import HD to iMovie.