I have an elura 65 and I believe this model does not let you download your movies onto the computer in full motion. you can only do it through quicktime or some other similar program using less frames. the higher models: elura 70 etc. are supposed to be capable of transferring full motion film. that's what I understood from the owners manual. hope this helps
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Try to use Apple iPhoto which is a part of ilife Suite. If that doesn't help then best method is to use Windows Virtual Machine.
1. Install VMware Fusion for MAC. 2. Install Windows OS in VMware. 3. Boot Windows in VMware. 3. Connect your Camcorder to MAC and it will ask Do you want to Connect it with Windows VM or MAC. 4. Select connect to windows. 5. Install the Drivers from provided Camcorder CD to windows. 6. Now you can transfer Photos and Videos.
P.S. : Alternative method to use Windows on MAC is B0otcamp Drive. And you can also Bootcamp Partition on VMware Fusion which will run Faster than any other VM Machine.
Bootcamp Installation On :
OS X 10.6. : http://manuals.info.apple.com/en_US/Boot_Camp_Install-Setup_10.6.pdf OS X 10.5 : http://manuals.info.apple.com/en_US/Boot_Camp_Install-Setup.pdf MacBook Air : http://manuals.info.apple.com/en_US/Boot_Camp_Install-Setup_Late2010.pdf
You will not be able to directly copy them to your mac. You will need to capture the video from the camcorder onto your computer using imovie. If you do not know how to do this let me know the Mac OS version you are using so that I can give you the detailed instructions
When it comes to built in MS software there isn't much available. The only real option there would be "Windows Movie Maker" which should be default installed on your windows. Then under FILE click CAPTURE VIDEO with your camcorder plugged in.
the procedure is the same ..for vhs...but you will need a firewire cable ..also ..and a program that will import from device...The issue is that Im not sure what program you need for MAC ..but if you have a windows computer available to do that ..things are getting simple..just follow this video.. http://www.5min.com/Video/Windows-Movie-Maker---import-from-a-DV-tape-6876 So...if you have a movie maker in your Mac ..the procedure will be the same ,just playback in the camera ...be sure it is detected by the firewire cable...and record (import ) with the movie maker... Please dont forget to rate if this helps...
I tried to look over the camera for 20 minues and could not find any slot to put the USB cable in. I looked over the camera just one last time before giving up and and i found a little pull tab on the front of the camera. I pulled the tab and it opened showing a circular insert (for hookup to a TV) and a USB slot!
This is the same unit I have. Simply connect a 4-pin to 4-pin Firewire cable between the computer and the camera. (Port is under the lens, under a smal rubber cap. Once the connection is made, turn on the camera, and it should appear on your mac as a new fixed drive. Import your files normally from there.