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Imovie not acknowledging sony handycam movies

THere's movies taken by me on the camcorder but I'm unable to download them onto my imac. iMovie is not recognizing any movies to inport.

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You may want to try using Handbreak. It's a great sotware that allows you to format the movies to what you want.

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