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Transfering video clips?

I own a Mac version OSX, I have no problem transfering pictures, but can someone explain to me how I can trasnfer video clips onto my computer? I am LOST haha, please & thanks!

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Re: Transfering video clips?

Make sure you're using a program that recognizes video files. iPhoto, for example, doesn't. iMovie does.

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my computer open whatever pops in there when your camera plugs in comp then copy n paste

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SOURCE: only the photos are transfering on my computer,

Use a separate card reader to download the videos to a folder you create on your desktop.

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