Importing from a digital still camera


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Importing from a digital still camera

A lot of today's digital still cameras also shoot video, so it makes sense that you should be able to edit that video in iMovie. Many people these days probably shoot more video on their digital cameras than with dedicated video cameras, because they usually have their digital camera with them in their pocket. Lots of people are even shooting video with their cell phones, which are producing better quality videos than ever. Now, most cell phone movies are not going to be HD quality, but if you just want to edit and upload a video you shot so your friends can check it out over the Internet, the quality and file size is fine for that. Of course when you want high-quality video, you still can't beat an actual video camera, but a lot of today's digital still cameras are getting fairly close.

Now digital cameras fall into the realm of iPhoto, so when you plug your still camera or your camera's memory card into your Mac, iPhoto should open by default. I'm going to plug in a ...

Importing from a digital still camera
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Importing from a digital still camera provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iMovie 11 Essential Training

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