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I want to connect dcr-trv70 handycam to macbook pro os 10.5.7. Mac does not recognize connection via usb port running iMovie. Exactly what do I need to edit video tapes using these 2 machines? Thanks

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Does the mac recognize the handycam at all? or is it just in imovei..

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