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Dear All,


I need to capture footage which is recorded on DV tape from my camcorder to a MAC BOOK which doesn't have a fire wire port. I feel hopeless as I don't seem to be able to find an answer to this problem. What could I do?
I would be ever so grateful for your help.
Best wishes
Karolina
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