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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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"Vixia HV30 HDV camera help! Mac and iMovie? I cant get my vixia HD30 HDV canon camera to import any video to my iMovie. ive set the video type to HD-1080i-30 but still nothing. any ideas on how to fix this?"
"I cannot get my mac to recognize my new Canon Vixia hf200 video camera. How do I get it to import my videos? I have a mac tiger, 10.4. My imovie is '07. The Canon is HD and connects through USB."

As Canon VIXIA HF series camcorders becoming more and more popular among people, you may have problem of uploading Canon VIXIA HF video to iMovie, or Mac. Because some of Canon VIXIA camcorders cannot be compatible with iMovie, iMovie' 08, iMovie' 09, such as Canon VIXIA HF200, VIXIA HV30, VIXIA HFS100, etc. Or even though Canon VIXIA camcorders can be compatible with iMovie or Mac, but sometimes video off Canon VIXIA series is not recognized by iMovie due to different aspect ratio or video codec.

If you cannot import Canon VIXIA video like Canon VIXIA HV30, VIXIA HF200, VIXIA HF S100, etc to iMovie for editing, you need a powerful Canon VIXIA to iMovie Converter to convert Canon VIXIA AVCHD video to MOV, MP4, DV for iMovie firstly, then you can import them to iMovie to share or edit.

Doremisoft Canon VIXIA to iMovie Converter is designed for Mac users to convert camcorder video like AVCHD MTS/M2TS to MOV, MP4, DV for iMovie and Mac. It also support converting video such as MOD, TOD, MKV, etc to Mac, iPad, iPod, iPhone, PSP, Blackberry, iDVD , FCP, FCE, etc.

But how to transfer Canon VIXIA video to iMovie? Here, quick guide for you to follow to convert Canon AVCHD MTS, M2TS files to iMovie step by step:

Step1: Install and Launch Doremisoft AVCHD Converter for Mac

Step2: Import Canon VIXIA Video
Click "Add File" to input your Canon VIXIA AVCHD MTS files to Mac AVCHD Video Converter. You can upload several videos one time.

Step3: Set Output Video Format for iMovie
Click "Profile" to open the Profile drop-up list to select MOV, MP4 or DV as output video format for iMovie.

Step4: Convert Canon VIXIA Video to iMovie
Click "Start" button to convert Canon VIXIA AVCHD files to iMovie. After conversion finished, you can edit your converted Canon VIXIA videos with iMovie as you like.

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Convert/Edit Canon FS MOD to Mac iMovie


linkAS a new type of camera--a Flash memory-enabled camera, Canon FS200, FS100, FS300 and other Canon FS series MOD camcorders can quickly record, edit and delete movies from the camera itself.

Take Digital Video Camcorder Canon FS200 as a example, owns SDHC Memory Card, features Ultra-Sleek, Compact and Lightweight Design , Genuine 41x Advanced Zoom, DIGIC DV II Image Processor, Superb Shooting Control--Video Snapshot, Quick Start, Quick Charge, Dual Shot and More, Stunning Digital Photography, 2.7" Widescreen LCD. What's more, You'll be satisfied with its quick response time. In addition, when you review your footage, it will start playing more quickly as well.

Although Canon FS users can enjoy HD videos in a high quality, they are sometime annoyed with its output MOD files that cannot be compatible with Mac Quicktime, iMovie, iPad, iPod, and some popular editing softwares such as Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Express. You know Canon FS Series camcorder like Canon FS100, Canon FS200, Canon FS300 capture video with MOD format and MPEG-2 compression, but common video format on Macs are MOV, ,MP4, DV, H.264, etc. So if you want to share Canon MOD files on Macs with your family and friends, you need to convert Canon FS200 or other Canon FS MOD videos to MOV, MP4, H.264 for Mac. Confused? Don't worry, a remarkable Doremisoft MOD converter for Mac can easily offer you to convert Canon FS MOD files on Mac OS. It can transfer Canon, JVC Panasonic Camorder MOD videos to MOV/MP4/3GP/3G2/M4V/DV/MKV etc. andconvert camcorder MOD files to Mac iMovie,Quicktime, iPad/iPhone/iPod, FCP, FCE, or to other popular players such as PSP, AppleTV, Zune, Blackberry, Cellphones and so forth.

How to convert Canon FS200/FS100/FS300 and other Canon FS series to Mac? The following quick guide for you to transfer MOD files to Mac OS step by step.

Step1: Install and Launch Mac MOD Converter

Step2: Import Canon FS MOD Files to Mac OS
Click "Add Files" to upload MOD Files off Canon FS300/FS200/FS100 camcorder to MOD Converter for Mac, you can add more than one MOD video one time.

Step3: Select Output Video formats for Mac
Press "Profile" button to find a suitable output video format like MOV, MP4, DV, H.264 for Mac iMovie, Quicktime, iPad, iPod, iPhones or FCP, FCE, etc.

Step4: Convert Canon MOD Videos to Mac/Snow Leopard.
Click "Start" to transfer Canon FS MOD files to Mac. After waiting for a few minutes, you can share converted MOD video on Mac Quicktime, iMovie, iPad, etc.

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Recording daily life and interesting things with a HD camcorder becomes a trend for our people. They like to share these digital camcorder videos on Mac or PC with family and friends. However, selecting a good digital camcorder for Mac is not easy for green hand. Maybe more tips need paying attention, for example, the types of your camcorder and Mac, the version of iMovie on Mac, Mac and PC compability with digital camcorder and so on.

iMovie has been a Mac OS X only application bundled in the iLife suite of Macintosh applications since iMovie3. From 2007 to 2010, Apple developed iMovie to iMovie' 08, iMovie' 09, and iMovie for iPhone and iPod Touch. Luckily, iMovie' 08, iMovie' 09 are designed to work with a wide range of digital video devices and formats, including tape-based(use a FireWire cable, also known as IEEE 1394 or i.Link) and the latest tapeless camcorders that record to flash memory, a hard disk drive(HDD), or DVD media.

A list of Digital Camcorders Compatible with iMovie' 08, iMovie' 09 on Mac OS X
NTSC Camcorders(a video format used in North America, Central America, Japan, and parts of South America)
Canon: DC20, DC50, DC220, DC230, FS10, FS11, FS100, HF10, HF11, HF100, HG10, HG20, HG21, HR10.
JVC: GZ-HD10, GZ-HD30, GZ-HD40, GZ-MG330, GZ-MG67, GZ-MG255, GZ-MG555U, GZ-MG505U.
Panasonic: HDC-DX1, HDC-SD5, HDC-SD9, HDC-SD20, HDC-SD200, HDC-HS9, HDC-HS20, HDC-HS100, HDC-HS200, HDC-HS300, HDC-SX5, SDR-H50, SDR-H60, SDR-H200, SDR-S10
Sony: HDR-CX11, HDR-CX12, HDR-SR1, HDR-SR7, HDR-SR11, HDR-TG1, DCR-SR82, DCR-SR200, DCR-DVD308, DCR-DVD508, DCR-DVD403.
PAL Camcorders(a video format used in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, most of Asia, and parts of South America)
Canon: DC50E, DC220E, DC330E, FS10E, FS100E, HF11E, HF100E, HG10E, HG20E, HG21E.
JVC: GZ-HD10KR, GZ-HD30, GZ-HD40, GZ-MG255, GZ-MG67, GZ-MG155, GZ-MG330.
Panasonic: HDC-DX1, HDC-SD9, HDC-SD200, HDC-TM20, HDC-TM300, HDC-HS20, HDC-HS200, HDC-HS300, SDR-H79, SDR-H60, SDR-S15, SDR-S26.
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Although iMovie' 08, iMovie' 09 on Mac OS work with most of HD digital camcorders using MPEG-2 (standard definition), MPEG-4, AVCHD, and H.264 formats, not all tapeless camcorders are compatible with iMovie' 08, iMovie '09 because of the wide range of media types and the different ways manufacturers store video on these media types.

How to fix it? To meet people editing AVCHD, MOD files with iMovie, enjoying HD camcorder video on Mac, a powerful HD Video Converter for Mac is specially designed for people who need to convert AVCHD MTS/M2TS, MOD, TS, TOD, MKV files to iMovie MP4, MOV, DV for better editing. Besides, that Mac HD Converter is also the very choice to convert HD video like TP, TRP, M5S, TOD, MPEG2 HD, MPEG4 HD, MOV HD, WMV HD, AVI HD to Mac application: iTunes, iDVD, FCP, FCE, etc.

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This is only a suggestion: If you want to use the software that comes with the camera, PIXELA ImageMixer 3 SE, this needs to be installed first. Also make sure the camcorder is set on Play mode and that you have chosen which memory you want to transfer data from.
Alternatively, you can transfer the movies through iMovie, which is usually the easiest way. If you are not familiar with transfering and editing movie clips, I would recommend this.
Apart from this, as always, I referr to the user manual. Good luck!

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I just got off the phone with Canon support. I have a Canon HF 100 and was experiencing the same problems. If you have the newest version of iMovie (in iMovie '08....but I would bet '09 would work fine as well...'06 is questionable), you shouldn't have any trouble getting the files off your camera onto your Mac.

Steps:

1. Plug in the camera and turn the power on (or plug in the memory card via a card reader)
2. Open iMovie
3. Wait a few seconds to see if your camera connection automatically opens, if it doesn't, click on the image of the camera on the far left side of the middle bar in iMovie.
4. It should recognize the video information you have plugged in at this point. If it doesn't, in the bottom of the import window, see if you can select a camera from the drop down list next to where it says "camera" in the bottom left.

I was told by the tech support people that I need to update my Final Cut Express software in order to read the video files, however I think they're wrong because I'm pretty sure I have the newest version. I also just found this information on Apple's website useful (see the video entitled "Built in AVCHD"): http://www.apple.com/finalcutexpress/ If you're using Final Cut Express 4, go to File -> Log & Transfer (or hit SHIFT + COMMAND + 8 on your keyboard) and if your camera/memory stick is plugged in, it should show a list of your files right there. Much better than iMovie.

Here is some information on the stuff I am using if it's useful:

iMovie '08 version 7.1.4
Final Cut Express 4 version 4.0.1
Canon HF 100 Digital HD Camcorder
Mac OS X Leopard Version 10.5.6

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).

Good luck.

-Brian

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