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If it is an iPhone, you can import photos to Mac computer with Photos or iPhoto on your computer; or try Windows AutoPlay on PC.
Another option is using AnyTrans an iOS file transfer for all PC or Mac that allows you to transfer pictures from any iPhone to computer. How to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Laptop
I don't know how long you had this problem nor when it started. I don't know that it is a poblem, and I don't know if it can be fixed. Too many variables: the camera, the USB plugs, the USB cable, the software, the possible interference, and so on.
Have you tried to upload the pictures and videos using a card reader?
iPhoto is for still pictures. iMovie is for videos. Use a card reader to download your videos to a folder you create on your desktop. From there, you can import to iMovie or just play them using Quicktime.
hello.. your problem is not your computer,, your problem is about uploading picture from your camera make sure your picture want you to upload is jpg files type..the uploading picture is must jpg type of files,, you able to change the file type of your picture ,,, how to change? open your picture and save again with select file type choices or the to upload using other internet connection or upload using other computer to chick if your computer is not your problem,,, thank you hope i can help you have a good day!!
Your camera should have come with the cable that is needed to upload your images into your Mac. But you will need to upload your images into a photo program (like iPhoto) to store and manipulate them. Once the camera is plugged in and detected, iPhoto automatically imports them into the program. It will store both still and video images and has some pretty good built in editing features. Hope this helps!