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Hi, I cannot get my canon MV700 to import onto imovies on the imac. Nothing appears on the screen at all many thanks, Leon

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    Hi, I cannot get my canon MV700 to import onto imovies on the imac. Nothing appears on the screen at all many thanks,

  • nijsblokland Sep 05, 2008

    Same problem, connections made, turn on the camera to VCR and nothing happens on my Imac. Looks like no signal from the camara.

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hahaha me to guys.... plug it into m macbook and i get nothing...

iv got final cut + imove HD (Better than imovie08) and cant import anthing...

On the cannon website it says there are no driver downloads for the camera altho when i downloaded the instructions it says:
"Optional software is required for transferring recordings
from the tape to a computer. Refer to the instruction manual of the software."

Anyone?

bet its somthing really simple :/

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