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I have a JVCGZ-HD3U drive based hd cam and I can't import the footage in iMovie 06 or 08. I am running Leopard 10.5.2.

Coolguy008 was helping me and we were pretty close to solving the problem.  Could he please contact me?

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Hii can you give me your yahoo id so that we can have a chat there.You can add me my id is coolguy4u_008@yahoo.com.

I am waiting please come soon..

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

Hii can you give me your yahoo id so that we can have a chat there.You can add me my id is coolguy4u_008@yahoo.com.

I am waiting please come soon..

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hi there

have you tried a different medium to which you transfer the videos? what i mean is a different software of your choice.

have you tried also using a driver which your cam is compatible for your mac? most probable cause that you cant import those videos is that your mac itself does not have the correct drivers for the specific files to be imported to.

hope this helps.

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have you tried a different medium to which you transfer the videos? what i mean is a different software of your choice.

have you tried also using a driver which your cam is compatible for your mac? most probable cause that you cant import those videos is that your mac itself does not have the correct drivers for the specific files to be imported to.

hope this helps.

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