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Canon FS11 cannot transfer pictures on to my Mac G4

I purchased a Canon FS11 Camcorder but i cannot transfer my pictures onto my Mac G4  I have imovie 6  The card reader will not read the memory card out of the camcorder. Just purchased the camera 2 week ago

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I, purchased canon FS 10 CAMCORDER. With that Pixla Imagemixer 3 SE for sd the dealer has given. But it has no CD no. Can any one help.

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Hope this is helpful. I doubt that I will check back to this forum, so please email any questions you might have (I may or may not be able to answer) to bbaumgar@ucsd.edu. I would recommend, assuming you have a Mac, going out and buying iMovie '09 ($39 - $79 depending where you buy it), Final Cut Express ($100 - $300 depending where you buy it), or Final Cut Studio 2 ($400 - $1200 depending where you buy it) before spending money on another software that won't let you do as much. The Imagemixer 3 software that your camera came with is supposed to let you basically do the same things, but doesn't work on Mac. It looks like you can buy the Mac version from Pixela...but I would encourage you to contact Canon or Pixela support first and demand a free one, since you paid so much for the camcorder and should be entitled to the software.

Canon tech support was pretty useful as well: 1-800-828-4040. I only had to wait about 5 minutes. (The total call was around 15 mins).

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