XAVC as Sony newly released recording format brings a brand new technology innovation to the HD world which offers professional photographers extremely amazing shooting videos. But you may be disappointed when playing Sony XAVC video clips in QuickTime media player on Win since it does not support XAVC video format. You need convert XAVC video into QuickTime compatible MOV format first.
Pavtube Video Converter provides an easy and effective way to transcode XAVC video clips to MOV formats for QuickTime playback. With the inner decoder and recoder, this XAVC codec can be easily loaded and multiple presets are here for you to choose for your QuickTime media player. Before convertsion, you can also do some simple editing on your videos, like trim, crop, add subtitles, adjust aspect ratio, etc to make your very own videos for enjoyment.
How to make XAVC to MOV videos compatible with QuickTime for Playback on Win 7/8/8.1?
Step 1. Add XAVC video clips to XAVC to Quicktime MOV Converter
Click "Add video" button to import individual video clip, or "Add from folder" button to import video clips from whole folder.
Step 2. Select output format for QuickTime playback
Click on "Format" bar to select QuickTime preset. You are recommended to select "Common Video" > "MOV-QuickTime (*.mov)" on the drop-down list of Format for QuickTime files.
Step 3. Customize video profile (Optional)
If the default A/V settings can not fit your needs, you can click "Settings" button to custom the output video and audio settings by yourself. But if you are not good at it, you'd better use the default parameters, they will ensure you a good balance between file size and image quality basically.
Step 4. Start converting XAVC to QuickTime MOV
Click "Convert" icon on program main UI to start conversion for XAVC to QuickTime MOV files. Once finished, you can click "Open" button and locate the generated QuickTime MOV videos, then transfer converted XAVC video clips to QuickTime MOV format for playback on Mac.
OK, everything is ready, you can instantly play your XAVC video on QuickTime Player.
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