How to Export iMovie to WMV - Convert iMovie to WMV (Mountain Lion included)
When you export an iMovie project to a .wmv file for uploading to YouTube or sharing with your Windows-based friends, you will be puzzled since iMovie does not support WMV output. How to export iMovie project to a WMV video?
First of all, export what you have - an iMovie project file (.rcproject) or a finished iMovie video, you'll get a MOV, MP4 file or something like that. In order to save iMovie as WMV, you need to convert iMovie output videos to WMV with an iMovie to WMV Video Converter for Mac. It enables you to convert iMovie to WMV seamlessly and fast in several clicks. Download its free trial to experience hassle-free conversion now (OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion supported).
Note: If you want to import WMV to iMovie for editing, you could refer to How to convert WMV to iMovie on MAC OS.
How to Convert iMovie to WMV step by step
Step 1: Import iMovie finished video
Launch iMovie to WMV Converter for Mac, and import your finished iMovie videos by clicking File ->Load Media Files.
Step 2: Choose WMV as output format from the bottom output panel
Step 3: Hit Convert to start iMovie to WMV conversion
Only with a few clicks, you could finish converting iMovie videos to WMV on Mac OS X. And now you are free to share your iMovie projects with friends who prefer WMV format.
Heads-on: How to Move iMovie Project to Another Mac Computer
The easiest thing would be like this: copy the folders iMovie Projects and iMovie Events (contains all clips imported into iMovie) to an external hard drive which have enough storage space. It would be very large depending on the length and size of the imported video clips. This way you have both your iMovie project file and all imported clips at your disposal for editing. The folders are located within the Movies folder within your user home folder on the schools Mac. Next, copy the contents of these folders into the iMovie folders on your own Mac respectively. Then launch iMovie to continue editing your iMovie project on a new Mac running Mac OS X Snow Leopard, Lion etc.