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Import movies from Toshiba camcorder to Mac

Is there a way to import footage from the Toshiba Camileo Pro camcorder to imovie on a Mac?

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Connect the camcorder to your PC. Then place it on your computer as an avi file. You may need software that came with the camcorder to stream footage onto your PC. In that case, install it.

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Http://www.scribd.com/doc/4758594/Toshiba-Camileo-Pro-HD-manual just click the link and check out the instructions. for the first you will have to download the camcoders drivers on your mac so it will detect ther device when connected to mac. thanks.

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You need to download the software, or install it from disk, then connect to the mac using USB cable provided and just stream the movie onto an avi file using the camera software.

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    Since this is an SD based camera, the movie does not even need to connect to the computer, just connect through USB and copy movies onto teh Mac.

    If you do not have data cable, just pull out memory card and connect it to the MAC using a memory card reader like the ones here.SanDisk SDDR104A11M Memory Card Reader IOGear GFR281 56-in-1 Universal Memory Card Reader/Writer


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