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    Getting video from iMovie onto Moodle

    Hi,

    Does anyone have any bright ideas how to get video files out of iMovie into a format which is compatible with Moodle? The version we have can only output to QuickTime .mov files, and our Moodle doesn't seem to recognise them??

    The only thing I can think of at the moment is to export the MOVs from iMovie, and then use Premiere Elements on a PC to convert them to a different format.

    Any suggestions for a better way, or even good movie formats to use on Moodle.

    Cheers,

    Chris

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    The download link is there - horrible website, but it's there. Converts anything/everything to anything else.

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    visual hub is also a good file convrtor for mac

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    Quicktime Pro will allow you to then convert it to a range of formats easily opened by other apps.

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    Media Converter - the fastest free online audio and video converter
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    You should also be able to export to QuickTime and chose "expert settings". This will allow you to export to a variety of formats. This is built in to iMovie.

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    I use IVC, it converts just about everything you could want.
    They have a USB Key version, and a full installer version.
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    Whatever tool you use convert it to FLV.

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