Question about Canon DC230 DVD Camcorder
The camcorder has no firewire port only a UsB connection. I cannot link to the i movie feature of the Mac. It doesn't know the camera is there.
Users CANNOT edit their videos without conversion software -- which,
according to Canon reps, WILL NOT be provided on the Canon site.
Canon does not provide ANY software for this camcorder -- their reason: the camcorder is ONLY intended for point-shoot-play. Note: Canon didn't even bother addressing the new "VRO" format in the user manual that came in the box or the PDF file on their site (the term itself isn't in their documentation).
Canon totally missed the boat on this one. They could have been packaged a decent camcorder with, at minimum, some conversion software and a better user-guide, thus encouraging their customers to get out there and shoot lots and lots of video for sharing, presentations, and so on
so this using of fire wire is the last option
and this link will tell you the right product that you need.
thank you sir.
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
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