DVD to Video
1.1 Convert ISO to MP4
1.2 DVD to MP4 Converter
1.3 DVD to iMovie
1.4 Mini DVD to iMovie
1.5 Rip DVD for Zune
1.6 DVD to AMV on Mac
1.7 DVD to ASF on Mac
1.8 DVD to AVI
1.9 DVD to BlackBerry
1.10 DVD to DPG on Mac
1.11 DVD to DV on Mac
1.12 DVD to FLV on Mac
1.13 DVD to M4V on Mac
1.14 Convert DVD to MKV
1.15 DVD to MOV on Mac

How to Rip and Import DVD into iMovie on Mac with Editing Features

As we all know, iMovie is the most efficient video editing software. However, when you import mini DVD videos to it for editing, you may fail. Though iMovie has claimed that it supports MPEG-2 which is the format mini DVD stores the videos, sometimes you still have problem to import mini DVD to iMovie. How does this happen? It seems MPEG-2 is just a good delivery format but not an editing format. If you want to import mini DVD into iMovie, you have to convert mini DVD videos to iMovie friendly format.

Mini DVD to iMovie

AnyMP4 DVD Ripper for Mac is the best software which can import DVD to iMovie with lightening speed and extraordinary output quality. Besides its powerful converting function, it also owns many editing functions for you to customize the video like trimming the video length, cropping the video frame, adding text/image watermark in the video, merging a few clips into one, etc. The following is a detailed guide on how to import DVD movies to iMovie with the best software.

  • Rip DVD including copy-protected DVD to popular video formats, such as MOV, AVI, MPEG, MP4 and more on Mac at super fast speed
  • Import and edit your DVD movies in video editing software, such as iMovie, iDVD and Final Cut Pro and so on
  • Edit DVD, adjust the video effect, and enhance DVD movie quality on Mac
  • Own a user-friendly interface, making it easier for users to rip DVDs in video or audio files

Step 1. Download and install the program

Free download the program here and install it on your Mac. You're enabled to specify the destination of the program. After you install the program on your Mac, please double click it to see the main interface of the program.


Step 2. Load mini DVD movies and set the output format

Inset your DVD disc to the DVD drive tray. Click "Load DVD" button to load DVD to the program, or you can also press "Load DVD" drop-down button to select the Load mode like "Load DVD Disc", "Load DVD Folder" or "Load DVD ISO" according to your need. The video files in the disc will be shown in the video area list. After that, you can click "Profile" drop-down button to open the "Profile" list. Please select "iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov)" as the output format. Or you can input "MOV" in the quick search box then select "iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov)".

Load mini dvd and choose output format

Step 3. Adjust the video effect

You're enabled to adjust the video effect. Please click "Effect" button on the toolbar to open the "Edit" window. You can change the effect by dragging the scroll bar of each effect to decide the corresponding value or inputting the value in the corresponding box. With these efforts done, you can get a better video effect.

Adjust video effect

Step 4. Add watermark

You're enabled to add watermark in the video with this best mini DVD to iMovie ripping software. Select the video you want to add watermark and click "Effect" button to open the "Edit" window. Please click "Watermark" button and check "Enable watermark" option, then check "Text" or "Picture" option to add corresponding watermark. Also, you're enabled to adjust the distance of the watermark to the left and top.

Add watermark

Step 5. Convert mini DVD to iMovie

Now you can convert mini DVD to iMovie by clicking "Convert" button. This powerful mini DVD to iMovie converting software can support batch conversion so you can convert several DVDs at the same time. In a short time, you can edit the mini DVD videos on iMovie.

Conversion process
author Updated by Joan Aimee to DVD
May 26, 2018 11:20

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