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I have a mac osx version 10.4.11 and when I plug in my camcorder (panasonic 2DR-S26) My imovie application cannot recognise any camera is attached. It says on the box it is compatible with imovie... I am really confused as I can't make it work whatever I do!! Any help?!!

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This tool you need is iMovie Video Converter.

Free guide:
http://ilifesoft.com/how-to/import-video-to-imovie.htm

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