As the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge goes more and more popular, there is a roaring increase in the number of participants. People are advocating the public awareness of the rare disease ALS in a happy way by taking advantage of the prevailing Ice Bucket Challenge. From websites, and TV live, we can see that noble participants like Microsoft builder Bill Gates, Facebook CEO Mark Elliot Zuckerberg and football player Cristiano Ronaldo challenge a full bucket of ice water actively. Before uploading the recorded ALS Ice Bucket Challenge videos to website, you can think about editing them to achieve better effect or importing them to a professional editing program (e.g. Final Cut Pro X, iMovie, Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid MC) to create an Ice Bucket Challenge documentary.
Not every piece of recorded Ice Bucket Challenge video can be edited smoothly. If you got camcorders/cameras that generate special video formats cannot be read and recognized by your editing software, you’re facing the real problem. Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac, the best and all-powerful video converter can transcode your recorded Ice Bucket Challenge videos to the video format accepted by the editing program.
How to edit recorded ALS Ice Bucket Challenge videos on Mac?
Step 1. Add Ice Bucket Challenge videos
Launch the HD video converter on Mac, and click “File” or the “add video” icons to add your recorded Ice Bucket Challenge recorded videos.
Step 2. Choose output format compatible with your editing program
This HD video converter is designed to output video formats for editing programs. Click the format bar to follow the editing software installed on your Mac. Here the video converter provides Apple ProRes for Final Cut Pro, AIC for iMovie, Avid DNxHD for Avid MC, and compatible video formats for Adobe Premiere Pro, etc.
Step 3. Edit Ice Bucket Challenge videos (Optional)
Not only able to output a variety of video formats for devices and editing software, Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac is also able to edit your recorded Ice Bucket Challenge videos. Find “Edit” on menu bar and click it to go to “Video Editor” interface where you’re allowed to get/cut off video clips by trimming, remove unwanted areas by cropping, adding watermarks/special effects/subtitles, etc.
Step 4. Start converting Ice Bucket Challenge videos
Point to the big red button “Convert” and click it to start converting recorded Ice Bucket Challenge videos to video formats accepted and supported by your editing software.
Step 5. Import the converted Ice Bucket Challenge videos
Run the editing program on Mac, and import the converted Ice Bucket Challenge videos to it from the “File” channel. Guides about how to import video files to FCP series, iMovie, and Adobe Premiere Pro are also available.