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A75 video clips and iBook G4

Discussion in 'Apple Mac' started by Wanj, Feb 15, 2005.

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  1. Wanj

    Wanj Thread Starter

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    Not sure if I am in the right forum as I as using a mac but here it goes...

    I have no problem downloading photos (using iphoto program) but can't get video clips to download. I have imovie installed and I have installed the software that came with the camera.
    The camera does not show up on the desktop as an icon (or anywhere else for the matter) so I can not drop and drag it either.

    Cheers
    Wanj :)
     
  2. Wanj

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    I am not able to download video clips taken with Canon A75 onto my ibook G4. I installed the software that came with the camera and have imovie already.
    Have no problem with photos using iphoto (y)

    Cheers
    Wanj :)
     
  3. MSY-Houston

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    Any chance you need a specific driver for the camera?
     
  4. MSY-Houston

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    Do you have all software upgrades, including firmware, from Apple?
     
  5. Wanj

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    thanks Houston

    I had another play around with the software that came with the camera and found that by using the Canon ImageBrowser programme the videos would download and show up in quicktime. Not sure if that is the best/easiest way but it works for the moment and I have found someone locally who is also able to help me in person.

    Cheers
    Wanj :)
     
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