Question about Canon FS10 Flash Media Camcorder
Hi, I can't get my G4 iMac to recognise the .MOV files that the Canon FS10 Video Cam pushes out. Can change file prefix to .MPG which then shows as a Quicktime file (but will NOT open in Quicktime) and can then be opened in VLC8 only. Still cannot use files in iMovie though as it will only accept a Quicktime file . I have very little hair left, but am still pulling it out over this one!
Video to iMovie Converter is an all-in-one DVD video converter to rip DVD and convert video with high conversion speed on Mac OS X for all sorts of mobile players such as iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, Zune, PSP, Xbox 360, PS3, MP4 Player, etc.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
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