How to Convert MPEG/MPG to iMovie
It's likely that you have some MPEG/MPG files and want to edit MPEG/MPG in iMovie, (iMovie'11 included). We know, MPG is file extension for MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 files. However, both are not iMovie naturally supported video formats (In the MPEG standards, MPEG-4 is the only iMovie compatible format). In this case, you have to convert MPEG/MPG to iMovie accepted video formats, so you can successfully import your MPEG/MPG files to iMovie to edit.
Here, I directly recommend a wonderful MPG/MPEG to iMovie Video Converter for Mac . With it, you don't have to know what formats iMovie supports and what formats you need to convert MPG to. A directly-optimized iMovie output format can easily help you resolve this tiresome incompatibility issue perfectly.
You can get this intelligent MPEG/MPG to iMovie converter by clicking the link below. After you've installed it on your Mac, just run it and then follow the straightforward tutorial to perform video conversion. After that, you're able to import the converted files to iMovie with no limits.
Step 1: Import MPG/MPEG files to this MPG to iMovie converter
To load MPG/MPEG files to this program, just drag & drop your MPG files from the computer to this app, or go to "File">"Import">"Load Media Files" option from the main menu to add files.
Step 2: Select iMovie as the output format
This app directly offers you the best optimized output format for iMovie (iMovie'11 included). To select it, just click the format icon at the bottom of this app's pane, open the pop-up format list, and then go to " editing".
Step 3: Convert MPG/MPEG to iMovie
Press the convert button in the lower right corner of this app's main interface to convert mpeg mpg imovie friendly video formats. it's done. just let Video Converter for Mac do the rest things in the background.
When it finishes the video conversion, the dock icon of this app will jump. At this time, you can find the output files in the default output folder.
Now, you can start to import the output files to iMovie to edit. Run iMovie, and go to File->Import > Movies from the iMovie's main menu. At this time, you're allowed to browse your computer hard disk. Just navigate to the output folder to find and import the files you want to edit. That's all.