iMovie No Video? Check Out The Solution Here.
Many people have the same problem: when they import a video to iMovie for editing, the video is played in iMovie with no video but only audio. However, when the video is imported to QuickTime, it can be played without any trouble. Feel confused, right? That maybe the video codec is incompatible with iMovie. To fix this iMovie no video just audio issue, you need to make the video codec fully compatible with iMovie as the audio codec is fully comaptible with iMovie.
To do it, Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is a great help. It provides three professional encoders, Apple Intermediate Codec, ProRes and DNxHD, which is able to ensure maximum editing quality and efficiency when working with iMovie. And you just need a few simple clicks; this app will help you convert videos to fit iMovie best with super fast speed. Then, you can edit it in iMovie with video and audio perfect playback.
Are you annoyed by the "iMove no video only audio" issue? consider it done. Just follow the guide below to fix it.
1 Load video files for iMovie no video fix
To load the videos that are played in iMovie with no video, you just choose File menu and from the submenu, select Load Media Files option to import the video files you want. Or you need to open the folder that contains the target files on the computer, and then directly drag them to this app.
2Choose one of the three professional encoders
Hit the format icon at the bottom to pop up this program's output format list, next, choose the Editing category in its output format list. At last, under the category, you can select any one of the three professional encoders, ProRes, Apple Intermediate Codec and DNxHD. These output formats can fit iMovie best.
3Start video conversion
At the bottom right corner of this program window, you just click the “Convert” button to start the conversion. Immediately, you can see the blue bars - showing the conversion progress. Also, there will be the remaining time showing. When the conversion is done, just find the converted files according to the output file path.
After that, put the converted files into iMovie for editing. You'll find the iMovie No Video issue has been fixed.