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When I upload a video from my Sanyo Xacti to iMovie on my Macbook Facebook won't accept it

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This tool you need is iMovie Video Converter.

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

Posted on Aug 03, 2010

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Use http://www.downloadvideos-convert.com/download-videos-music

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This is what the Sanyo CG9 Users Manual has to say about viewing videos taken with the camera:

"About video clip files recorded with this camera
You can use Apple’s QuickTime to play back video clips on a computer.
Playback may be possible using other software that supports the ISO
standard MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (AAC audio)."

Apple Quicktime downloads are available here.

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Please see the HD specifications for the operating system mentioned on the web site of Sanyo, Japan. Available in English as well.

It may help

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