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If I am using either iMovie or Final Cut Express to edit, what

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If I am using either iMovie or Final Cut Express to edit, what HD file formats can I import?
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Latest iMovie and FCE Supports the 1080i, 720p, AVCHD and HDV. They doesn't support FULL HD 1080/60p, I believe.

You should buy Final Cut Pro if you want edit with 1080p HD

I'd recommend using .MOV video file format as they are the native format for Mac's iMovie or FCE

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You can import MOV, DV, H.264 and MPEG-4 formats to FCE. I'd recommend using MOV format
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