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I had some old 8mm films converted to digital. I gave the company a hard drive. They returned it to me with Canopus Type 2 avi files. Four in total each over 15GB in size. I want to get certain clips from each of these files as there is no order to them and make DVD's for my siblings. I am new to the Mac, have iMovie and QTPro with some add on I downloaded. Nothing seems to work to convert to .mov ,,.dv HELP!!!
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i have the same problem as well, i some avi. files that also needs to be converted to a .mov

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never mind i found out how, download iskysoft video converter.

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That will cost you $35, I would let the free MPEG Streamclip a go first

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oh yeah i forgot about that, i downloaded the free trial.

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I second MPEG Streamclip. Use it all the time. It's free and easy to use. It also can download videos from YouTube.

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