MOV to Sony Vegas
As MOV is not supported by Sony Vegas, many people encounter troubles when importing MOV videos to Sony Vegas. This article will show you how to import MOV files to Sony Vegas for editing.
How to convert mov to Sony Vegas?
iOrgsoft AVCHD Video Converter is an ideal tool to convert your MOV files to Sony Vegas (any version included,08/09/10/11/12) compatible files like DV, MP4, WMV, MPG etc with best output quality and fast conversion speed (no extra codec required, no worry about audio and video problem).
As one of the best Sony Vegas Video Converter, you can convert the MOV videos to Sony Vegas without any quality loss and super-fast converting speed. This well-designed software comes with an intuitive interface and is very easy to use. Now, download and install this software to your computer, follow the guide below to have a try.
Add MOV videos to the Converter
To put the videos you want to convert to the Video Converter, you can simply drag-n-drop the MOV videos to the program or hit the Add Files button to import the videos.
Set output format for Sony Vegas
This program has preset output format for Sony Vegas, you can easily find them in the Sony Vegas category after you open the format list.
Convert MOV to Sony Vegas videos
Finally, hit the Convert button to start the conversion. The conversion will be completed quickly.
After the conversion is done, open the folder and add the converted videos to Sony Vegas, you can freely edit them now.
Why need to convert Mov to Sony veags?
1: Application or codec missing
MOV is a native QuickTime file format, and QuickTime is bundled with every Mac bought which can be available for both Windows and Mac, but in order to use the MOV files, your PC must have QuickTime installed, but this can't solve problems completely, you still have to install the proper codec.
2: File compatibility, corresponding settings or unique camcorder
Sony Vegas may not accept your MOV files from your camcorders, and there will be audio, video problems, or some other problems etc. This may result from file compatibility, improper camcorder or Sony Vegas settings or types of camcorder (for example, MOV files do not always work in Sony Vegas, the new JVC GY-HM700 records in MOV (for FCP) format and they don't show any video but do show audio)