Importing from a memory-based camera


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Importing from a memory-based camera

Most of the consumer-level camcorders you can buy in stores these days record to their own internal hard drives rather than to some kind of removable media, like mini DV tapes or mini DVDs. You can still find camcorders that use removable media, but they are getting more and more scarce. Previously, we looked at how to import footage from tape-based cameras, so in this movie we're going to look at how to import from a tape-less camera, which also include camcorders that use mini DVDs. For this example, I have a hard drive- based camera connected to my Mac, but I haven't turned it on yet, so I'm going to go ahead and turn it on now, and you want to set your camera to Playback or VTR mode.

Some cameras may need you to make additional selections to indicate whether you're connecting to a computer or to some other recording device. For example, the Sony camera I'm using asks me if I'm connecting to a computer or to a DVD burner, so I need to select computer on its scree...

Importing from a memory-based camera
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Importing from a memory-based 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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