Importing movies from your digital camera


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Importing movies from your digital camera

So one of the big changes to Aperture 3 is that we can manage the video content that we capture with our digital camera. We can import it and then we can do great stuff with it once it's in the Aperture library. But just like with photos we have to get it in Aperture before we can start doing something with it. And so I want to go over that right now in the Import dialog box. Here we are. We're in import right now and we can tell because it says Import right here.

Here is our memory card. Here are the shots that we've been looking at and playing with, and they are all of our still photos. But I know there is a movie on here too. And I just want to import the movie right now. I don't want to bring anything else in. So I go to my Import Settings pop- up menu and I make sure that the File Types brick is in front and center, and of course that's right here. There is File Types. So here it is right here. We have all of our other stuff, but now what I want to do is I want to excl...

Importing movies from your digital camera
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Importing movies from your digital camera provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Aperture 3 Essential Training (2012)

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