MacBook Air :: Import To Air Video Recorded On Digital Tape?

Apr 24, 2012

Have just finished movie on MacAir with material from camcorder's hard drive. No problem in transferring material from the brand new camera.  I have older digital material recorded on tape cassettes by Sony videocam which I would like to re-work with iMovie11.  The iMovi11 manual says transfer to the Air requires a FireWire connection.  I still have the older digital camera and the cables that came with it but neither the Air nor my Toshiba laptop have FireWire ports.  Any thoughts on how to effect a transfer?

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Transfer Video From A Tape On Digital Video Camera?

May 27, 2012

Will this work from a Canon ZR85?

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Sep 23, 2009

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MacBook Pro :: Tape Securing Fan To Heatsink / Electrical Tape?

Jul 4, 2010

I have a MacBook Pro 15" - Model A1226 (Santa Rosa, circa 2007). I need to replace my right fan. AppleCare just expired (of course). But replacing the fan should be pretty easy, I think.

The only question is about the tape securing the fan to the heatsink. On the old fan it looks like electrical tape, but on the "sticky" side, it looks like there is a bit of copper (?) in the middle.

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Apr 1, 2009

Since upgrading to Snow Leopard, I can no longer import P2 footage. I get the stop sign and error: no data.In the import window I can play the clip and everything is fine, but when I add to the clip to the import queue it just times out.

Any thoughts? Is it somehow related to Quicktime being updated by Snow Leopard?

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Mar 14, 2012

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Aug 30, 2014

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These tapes and cameras are unsupported in FCP X 10.1.3. 

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Apr 3, 2012

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Oct 30, 2009

After installing Snow Leopard on both of my computers, I have found that while the computers recognize my digital camera it will not allow me to import photos into i-photo and eventually you have to just force quit i-photo to get out of it.

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Apr 24, 2012

My wife has a MacBook and there is no firewire port. We are trying to capture video from our Sony Handycam mini DV camcorder but without the firewire port we can't capture the video in I Movie. Is there a way of connecting the Sony camcorder to the Macbook and capturing the video?

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Apr 19, 2012

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MacBook Pro :: Import HD Video Files On IMovie?

Apr 13, 2012

I have HD videos that I cannot import to iMovie because of their .mts format. I converted them in .mov. When I import them in iMovie, only 9 to 10 seconds are imported. How can I import my entire HD videos on iMovie?

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Apr 16, 2012

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May 2, 2012

When I import a video from my camera to iMovie it lags bad.  I have a black MacBook with a 2.4 core 2 duo and 4gb of ram.  I know it is not the file on the cam.  I am also running iMovie 08.  The video I am trying to improt is from a GoPro hero 2 in 1080p.  Is that to much for my old Mac? OS 10.7.3

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Jun 25, 2012

I recently imported a set of 14 photos and 1 video into iphoto. I got them all into the album i wanted except for 1 video. This single video can be imported to any other folder other than the one i want it to be.

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Jun 30, 2009

I recently bought an eMac and it is the first mac that i've ever owned so I am not completely familier yet on what to do to make everything work. My problem - I have a digital camera that has the ability to take video. When I plug the camera into the computer iPhoto recognizes the pictures but neither iPhoto or iMovie recognize the video. It there a way to make this work so I can upload the videos to my computer? I know the videos can be moved to computers for I have done it on my pc.

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Mar 28, 2012

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Mar 2, 2010

im trying to upload a video from my kodak usb camera M1093IS and i cant seem to find a way to do it. i plugged it in and i opened up imovie and my camera didnt show up. my camera also didnt show up on my desktop (which i understand to be normal since i used the search feature) but i still cant seem to find a way to do it. I need to upload a video for a school project.

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Jun 10, 2010

I'm looking at getting a system that will fly through digital imaging, both stills and HD video. I don't do much gaming, and frankly, with the exception of my photo hobby/passion, a iPad would have enough processor power. I've looked at the MacPros as well as the Macbook Pros and Imacs. For my imaging needs, the laptop, while nice to have portable power, doesn't have the display I need/want.

I've been seriously considering an iMac 27" with the i7 processor, probably 8gb ram (considered 16, but might be overkill) and 2tb hd. I WISH I could get one with a large SSD, but I guess not an option yet.

My other consideration was MacPro, this gives me lots of bells and whistles, and I'm thinking probably overkill (I tend to do that sometimes), although speed is unmatched, for all practical purposes.

My question is, would the iMac as described be sufficient for my needs or be overkill. Budget is liberal (within reason) but I know that I'm upgrading from my photoshop CS4 (PC edition) to CS5 mac version, lightroom, as well as getting new network setup for house and 13"macbookpro for daughter.

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Mar 20, 2009

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Apr 1, 2012

I plugged in a LG Flatron with a DVi cable and get this message. Nothing displays on the monitor.

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So i use iMovie 09's HD redering option for Youtube, so that is 720p, now that Youtube has an option for 1080p, what would be the best setting in iMovie to export in 1080p? iMovie only has a 720p Youtube setting.
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May 28, 2012

I have a Panasonic Viera (2006) digital TV. It has every possible port on the back (and even ports on one side.)The TV is connected to a digital TV tuner/hard disk recorder unit. The tuner also has a ton of ports. What do I need to do in order to send video from the TV to the Mac and record it on the Mac?(Either live TV or video playback from the hard disk recorder.)With my old analog TV, I used the Interview XLR8 USB video capture device with the Interview application or BTV application. (I think even Quicktime could record from the XLR too.)Seems digital TV doesn't work with the XLR8. Is that right? I tried the XLR8 with various combinations of inputs/outputs but can't seem to get any video to appear on the Mac.

I see that HDMI is one way out from Mac out and view on the TV.I also have a VCR and DVD player connected to the TV via a switcher box.With the variety of digital and analog outputs from these devices, seems I should be able to get video from the TV into the Mac.

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