Todd’s Tips: The Best Format for Apple Video Editing Software

Apple video editing software loves .dv files. A .dv file is a fairly uncompressed video format which is commonly found on the Macintosh platform. Despite its size it works seamlessly with both iMovie and Final Cut Pro. By seamlessly I mean that it is not necessary to render your footage in Final Cut Pro and … Continue reading “Todd’s Tips: The Best Format for Apple Video Editing Software”

Apple video editing software loves .dv files.

A .dv file is a fairly uncompressed video format which is commonly found on the Macintosh platform. Despite its size it works seamlessly with both iMovie and Final Cut Pro.

By seamlessly I mean that it is not necessary to render your footage in Final Cut Pro and cuts take no time at all in iMovie.

How do I get my footage into .dv format you ask? Not a problem, you’ll use Visual Hub of course. And here’s how: