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You can use the following video converter for converting MVI files to AVI files
or you can have a look at the following page:
Do you happen to work for AOVSoft?
The reason that I ask is that all six of your posts have basically touted this one program. Just makes me curious.
Thanks for the info,
Hi Bill Hunt
I'm a old man, i do‘t need work,I just want to share my experiences with them, This is indeed a good way to slove their problems. I am a device fan，often edit some videos with Adobe Premiere, i like Premiere, cs version or number version. But formats is a trouble. Next week i will travel with my family. i have no time share this.
Happy new year!
Glad to hear that. I just began to worry a bit.
Often we have folk, who DO work for various software (and hardware) companies, who show up and basically advertise their product(s). While links to relevant commercial sites is perfectly fine (I do it all of the time), there are others, who do not "play by the rules." We've seen people, working in pairs, where one will post a question, and the other will drop by in a minute with the "answer." The team will post to a dozen, or more, Adobe Forums, and it's exactly the same for each set of posts.
Going back, I had one of the MOD's question my affiliation with a particular conversion program, that I often recommended, but in threads on conversions. In my case it was just the best conversion program, that I had found, and I had zero affiliation with them - I was but a happy customer.
Thanks for that clarification and happy editing,
Canon PowerShot, IXUS camera, such as A75, EOS 7D, save recorded video with file name MVI_XXXX, where XXXX is four digits, and the file name doesn't has extension. Actually, this file is in AVI format, with MJPEG video and PCM audio. However, there are also some Canon camera save video as MVI_XXXX.AVI or MVI_XXXX.MOV. The SD MVI videos shooting at 640x480 end up as .avi files and HD MVI files at 1280x720 or full HD 1920x1080 .mov files.
MVI is not compatible with Adobe Premiere natively. If you want to import MVI video into Premiere, you'd better to convert MVI to Adobe more popular formats like AVI, etc.
It also supports converting MVI to MP4, MOV, WMV, MKV, FLV, etc.
Hope it can help you more or less.
To make MVI clips compatable with Premiere, it is better to convert MVI to Premiere more compaitable video format like AVI, MPG, FLV, WMV, etc
Here is just a step by step guide on how to convert MVI to AVI or any other video format
It can easily helps to:
- Convert MVI to AVI/MPEG to import MVI movie to Windows Movie Maker, Sony Vegas, and Adobe Premiere for editing or to burn MVI to DVD
- Convert MVI to MP4 to transfer MVI to iTunes, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, PS3, Zune, Android, Samsung Galaxy and etc
- Convert MVI to WMV to play MVI video in Windows Media Player, PowerPoint, Xbox 360, and etc
- Convert MVI to MOV or DV to import MVI footage to iMovie/Final Cut Express for editing
- Convert MVI to Apple ProRes to edit HD MVI in Final Cut Pro (X)