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Saturday, July 17, 2010

How To Import Jing SWF Files into iMovie '09

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More things to learn this weekend. Woop, woop! If you've been trying to get your Jing recordings into iMovie '09 for editing, you'll quickly realize there's a problemo to be had. Because SWF format and vector based, the only way to get iMovie to read it would be to convert the file to an accepted imovie format.

My suggestion: Try http://media-convert.com and do it online free. There's plenty of options to choose from, but all you need to do is make sure you select the proper dropdown menus and export it into .mp4 format. You also have the option of linking multiple recordings if you were to attempt a timelapse video of sorts. Makes it a whole lot easier to manage just one file.

Update: Nevermind, this does not work.

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