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How to transfer video from a canonIXUS 750 to an eMac 0s10

Please could you help me.  While I am able to transfer all my photos from camera to computer Max 0s10 I do not know how to transfer the videos.

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Search for the video mode option using the software and then chose options to transfer, if u still cannot do it, then try using the mannual along with it or you can get help from the support sites on net. For better results use google.com

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