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18 Jul

Codec MOV para After Effects - Best Way to import MOV files to After Effects

Published by Juliet Zhu  - Categories:  #Codec MOV para After Effects, #mov codecs for after effects, #import mov to after effects, #mov to ae, #mov files on after effects, #can't open mov files on after effects, #using mov in after effects, #convert mov to mpg for after effects

Use MOV video converter to make mov files compatible with After Effects CC/CS6/CS5/CS4, so as to import or edit mov file in After Effects.

Question: mov Codecs for After Effects ?
"Hi I have a problem, the after effects does not export my mov files, tells me that is not a supported file, that's because I lack a codec, or really do not agree, and if I'm missing some codec , you know which and where I can get it ."

MOV as a container format, there are literally, tons of different codecs that it could be. You probably just don't have the codec on your machine with which that particular MOV file is encoded. So, how to make MOV compatible with After Effects CC/CS6/CS5 so that we can load the video files in for editing or playing? Here, we need a workable video conversion program to convert MOV files to After Effects formats.

The best tool to help you get it done is Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac.

This converter can be used to convert any MOV video to After Effects compatible format (MPEG-2/WMV/MOV) with fast conversion speed and high output quality. After the file conversion, you can edit the video as you like through After Effects. Meanwhile, this video convert tool can create files compatible with various non-linear editing systems like Final Cut Pro, iMovie, and Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer, etc. If you are facing problems when editing MOV video in After Effects on Windows, please turn to Brorsoft Video Converter. Download the software and this article will guide you through how to rewrap and transcode MOV to MPEG-2 for Adobe After Effects.

(Note: Click here for OS X 10.5)

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How to convert MOV to After Effects supported video

1. Import MOV files

Click File > Add Video/Audio to add the MOV movies you want to convert for After Effects. Or simply drag your videos to the left item bar for converting. Batch conversion is supported so you can add many files at a time to save the conversion time.

2. Choose After Effects compatible format

Click the format bar to choose output format from the dropdown list. For After Effects editing, Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas > MPEG-2 (*.mpg) is one of the best compatible video formats for you to choose.

Tip: Click Settings icon you can adjust video codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channels, etc. To bear least quality loss, you may set A/V parameters according to the source MOV file.

3. Start conversion

When all the settings are done, click Convert to start the conversion. Wait for the conversion to be done, you can import the converted video to After Effects for editing without any trouble.

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