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How to Convert AVI to MOV on Mac OS X with High Quality and Fast Speed

Either from a digicam, or downloaded from the internet, I suppose that you may have a ton of AVI files on your hard drive. Sometimes, maybe you want to edit AVI in iMovie, or play AVI files on your iPad, iPod or iPhone, etc. However, as we all know, Apple devices only support MP4, M4V, MOV, so if your AVI files are the much more common AVI file type, encoded with a codec that QuickTime can’t recognize, like DivX, XviD, you’ll need to convert AVI to MOV or other iOS and Mac OS compatible formats like MP4.

There are many kinds of AVI to MOV converter software in the market. The output video quality and the converting speed must be the key factors that you should be looking out for. CloneDVD Video Converter for Mac provides Mac users the easiest and smartest way to convert AVI to MOV on Mac and play AVI files on QuickTime. Equipped with high quality engine, this AVI to QuickTime converter for Mac can convert AVI to MOV format speedily without suffering any quality loss. If you are using Win, please turn to the Video Converter for Win.

Download AVI to MOV Mac Converter:

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How to Convert AVI Videos to QuickTime MOV with High Quality


Step 1.  Load AVI Files to the App

After Free download Mac Video Converter and install it, launch this AVI to MOV converter Mac, click “Add File” to load the AVI files you want to convert.

Step 2. Select “MOV” as the Output Format

Select MOV format from the format list as the output format. Specify output folder on your computer to save the output files.

Step 3. Start Conversion

After finish the above steps, click the “Start” button to start conversion, you could view the conversion progress and are able to cancel the converting process at anytime.