In the forum which Mac users often browse like MacRumors, there are many people who are wondering that what format they should use to watch movies on Macs (MacBook, iMac, MacMini and Mac Pro). Many found that when they were totally stoked on the Divx and Xvid formats, their friends just couldn't seem to get them to run on the iBook. Many Mac users are also wondering what formats offer the best compression/playback quality for Mac. I just searched for many data on Mac official site and some professional sites to find the answer to what’s the best format for Mac.
What Video Formats Are Supported by Mac?
What Are the Best Video Formats for Mac Computer?
Although it seems that Mac supports many video/audio format, not all these format can be regarded as the best format for Mac. Only the following three surely can be seen as the most compatible with Mac.
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Considering the best video format for Mac is limited, how can we make the unsupported format playable on Mac with the most compatible mode? To achieve this goal, you have to use a video converter here. If you don’t have an idea about how to choose the right video software, I can recommend you for iFastime Video Converter Ultimate for Mac.
Free Download or Purchase iFastime Video Converter Ultimate for Mac:
This program can backup SD, HD, 2K and 4K video file, even Blu-ray/DVD to Mac supported MP4, MOV, M4V format with high video quality. It also can decode H.265 videos to play with QuickTime, edit with Final Cut Pro X, Avid Media Composer and encode videos to H.265 to for online streaming. It can output video to optimized formats to play on iOS devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android devices, Windows devices, game consoles. Other devices also supported well by the program. What’s more, it provides distinctive video editing function and video/audio parameters resetting power.
Windows users should turn to Windows version.
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