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[Bug report] How to Convert Camtasia AVI Videos to FCP/FCE/iMovie/Avid for editing?

Camtasia is a great program to capture screen activity, which also provides with video editing and enhancing features. Therefore, it is often used to create How-to’s video tutorials and on-screen presentations. After video tutorial is made, you can export it as .avi video files. Even though it has editing features, someone would like to import them into FCP 6/7/X,FCE,iMovie,Avid,Sony Vegas,Abode Premiere for further editing. However, the exported AVI footage is not supported by Final Cut Pro natively.

Therefore, before transfer Camtasia AVI video to FCP/FCE/iMovie/Avid for editing, you have to convert AVI to FCP compatible video formats MOV. This UFUWare Video Converter for Mac is the first video conversion tool to support FCP ProRes MOV exporting. So the output ProRes MOV is with higher quality than the peers.

Step by Step to Convert Camtasia Studio AVI to FCP MOV format.

Step 1. Export your video sequences from the Camtasia and then Download, install, open the FCP

Video Converter Mac.

Step 2. Click the “Add File” button to import the exported AVI files from Camtasia. It support batch importing.

Step 3. Go to the “Format” field and choose the “Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” or “Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422(HQ) (*.mov)” or “Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 4444 (*.mov)” for FCP

Step 4. Hit “Start” to begin to convert Camtasia AVI according to MOV for FCP.

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Rip DVD to WMV for playing on Windows Media Player

From this article, you can learn how to rip and convert DVD to Windows Media Player supported WMV video format and import to WMP for organizing, playing or sharing.

Windows Media Player(WMP) is a built-in player of Windows operating system, which means Every Windows computer has a WMP. As a popular video player, WMP supports playing default video format including WMV, AVI, WMA, etc. Obviously, DVD is not in the supported list. So if you've got some awesome DVDs and want to add/import to Windows Media Player for enjoying, all you need is a DVD ripper to rip DVD to Windows Media Player most compatible WMV format first.

Here Pavtube DVDAid is deserved recommending to you for its almighty DVD conversion function. This DVD to Windows Media Player converter has the capacity to convert DVD to video file supported by Windows Media Player with the least amount of quality loss. Or if you would like to edit DVD so that you can make your own personalized DVDs for sharing with friends without mentioning playing in different devices, this converter can also solve your problem. Surprisingly it adds H.265/HEVC as output video format in order to satisfy users who ask for high video quality. Mac verson is here. The step-by-step instruction is coming.

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Rip DVD to Windows Media Player supported video format

Step 1. Install and run this best DVD to Windows Media Player Converter. Click load disc button to import the DVD movie files to the program.

Step 2. Click the Format menu, select Windows Media Player friendly format as your output video format. There, you can take WMV as your output video format. If you prefer high definition videos, move your mouse pointer to "HD Video" and then choose WMV HD(*.wmv). Or you can rip your DVD for uploading to iTunes, Windows Media Center and even Wireless Plus and playback on other mobile devices.

3. Finally click the "Convert" button to begin ripping DVD to Windows Media Player accepted WMV format. After encoding process has finished successfully, go into the destination directory and drop the converted files into Windows Media Player. Once all this is done, your videos will be ready to open and play with Windows Media Player on Windows. Just enjoy.

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