How to Edit QuickTime MOV Files on Mac (Mountain Lion included)
You must have many precious moments. For example: a wedding party, an outing in the countryside, a favorite TV show, or your baby's first steps which are treasured in your hard drive discs or any other places. Have you ever thought of editing them and making them more colorful and fascinating? If yes, I am glad to recommend you MOV editor for Mac which provides powerful editing tools and enables the users edit MOV on Mac easily and efficiently.
What you can do with this MOV Editor for Mac? All basic video editing tools are provided, including trim, rotate, crop, color adjust and so on. It also allows you to add music and add text, filter effect and transitions to make your MOV movies more attractive.
How to edit MOV videos on Mac
Step 1: Import videos to the Mac MOV editor
After launching, drag and drop your MOV videos to the video track. You can also add photos and music to add more fun to your home video editing. See the main interface shown below.
Step 2: Edit MOV Files on Mac
In this Mac MOV video editor, you just need to click the button on the toolbar to trim, crop, rotate videos and add voiceover to your videos.
This MOV editor for Mac allows you to enhance your video by applying special text and filter effects and adjust the video color, brightness, set audio fade in and fade out, etc.
Scene transitions can be added between clips. Furthermore, you can drag the audio file to the available background music track of your timeline to add background music.
Step 3: Share edited MOV video
With this MOV editor, you can share your masterpieces with family and friends, on YouTube or on devices such as the iPhone, iPod, PSP, PS3, Zune, Wii, etc. Or just save them on your hard drive disc for further use. Besides, you can burn your video creations to DVD for better video preservation.
MOV Editor for Free
Since iMovie supports MOV format, you can use it as an MOV editor for free. iMovie comes with any new Mac, which is an excellent (and free) video editor for the Mac platform, with advanced video editing features and a lot of addon and plug-in support. But as you may know, there is a steep learning curve compared to the MOV editor described above. However, you could have a try, anyway. Make sure QuickTime Player or QuickTime Pro is installed when import MOV files to iMovie.