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Many HD camcorder users may run into the problem of importing their HD videos to iTunes. iTunes itself does not support playback of most HD videos yet, and common HD video formats such as AVCHD (mts and m2ts), TOD, MOD, HD MKV, TS, TP etc. cannot be directly imported to iTunes. However, iTunes allows you to import videos such as MOV, M4V and MP4 with no restrictions on the video resolution. Therefore, you can take advantage of this, convert HD to high resolution MOV, M4V or MP4 videos, and import the converted HD to iTunes.

 

To do this, Doremisoft Mac HD Video Converter is an ideal tool to choose. With this excellent Mac HD video converter, you can easily convert HD to iTunes format with the easy steps below:

 

 

Step 1: Import HD video to Mac HD Video Converter
Click the "Add File" button to add the HD videos you want to convert to iTunes

 

 

Step 2: Select the right format to convert HD to iTunes
Click to open the "Profile" drop-up list, move your mouse pointer to "HD Video", and you will see all the preset HD formats from the right menu. Click on the "HD MOV" to select it.

If you want to import HD to iPhone or HD to iPod via iTunes, when you open the "Profile" drop-up list, move your mouse cursor to "iTunes Video", and click on "iTunes MP-4 H.264" to select it from the right menu.

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Tip 1: Tick the "Apply to all" button to apply the selected format to all the added HD files.

Step3: Convert HD to iTunes
Click on the Start button on the lower right corner of the main interface to start converting your HD videos to iTunes.

After the conversion, the folder where the converted files are saved will be opened automatically. Then you can import them to iTunes now because they are already in iTunes compatible formats.

Click here to see detailed info of Doremisoft HD Video Converter for Mac

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Zimoyu

Zimoyu

Member since: Sep 5, 2010

A great deal of information for people who need to convert MKV files, HD files, JVC, Panasoinc, Sony, Canon, etc MOD, and AVCHD files and videos to pupular video format such as MP4, AVI, WMV, MOV, 3GP, 3G2, DV, FLV, SWF, etc.

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