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Copying a recorded file so I can edit it in iMovie on my computer please

Please can you help me ... I'm in my 50's and need help taking a file I recorded to HDD of the Olympic Ceremony Opening which was great ... I want to edit it in iMovie on my computer. How do I copy it to a DVD as a file which can be edited please. I'm fairly sure I can copy it direct to my camcorder but was looking for a quicker way. Thank you to anyone who can step me through it, Belinda

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I'm pretty sure that iMovie can cope with lots of different file formats. If you can burn the file onto a DVD and get the file off the DVD onto your computer's hard drive I think iMovie will cope with the rest. I know I have worked on Imovie in the past with DV files from my camera, but I'm sure that something like an mpeg file or a mp4 file will work too. What are the file options for recording from the HDD to disc?

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I have a Canon FS20 camcorder. I have recently switched to a mac; however I need the transfer utility software to download the pics from the camera to the iMac. I already have image mixer for mac. Where...


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Mac Panasonic HDC Video Converter, a professional AVCHD Converter, is designed for converting videos collected from Camcorder Panasonic, Canon, Sony, etc to MP4, MOV, MPEG, 3GP, M4V, AVI, etc to Mac, then you can play AVCHD MTS/M2TS, videos on Mac, iPad, iPod, iPhone, PSP, Blackberry, and any other mobile phones.

How to convert and edit Panasonic HDC video to Mac?

Step1: Import Panasonic HDC Video to AVCHD Converter for Mac
Click "Add File" to upload your Panasonic HDC video to Mac AVCHD Converter after you launched it.

Step2: Set Output Video Format for Mac, iMovie, FCP
Click "Profile" to open the Profile drop-up list to select MOV, or MP4 as output video format for Mac OS, iMovie, iTunes, iDVD, FCP, FCE, etc.

Step3: Convert Panasonic HDC Video to Mac, iMovie
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Step1: Upload MTS, M2TS Files to MTS to iMovie Converter for Mac
Click "Add File" button to add MTS, M2TS files from your Mac hard disc. And you can import several MTS/M2TS files one time.

Step2: Set Output Video Format for iMovie
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Click "Start" to convert MTS, M2TS videos to iMovie. After converting finished, you can edit your converted MTS, M2TS files with iMovie as you like.
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