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    Please Help !!!!
    is there a free program or any program that i have on my mac that will upload a video from a camera? i have the wire and everything, but idn what program to use.

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    What camera is this? Make and Model. Opps, I did not read your message carefully.

    Still what camera is it?

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    iMovie should do the trick from a camcorder, just plug it in and it should pick it up. If you mean a digital camera the new Iphoto '06 will upload the videos in to Iphoto. If you aren't running that try Image Capture, in the Applications folder.

    Hope that helps

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    i tried image capture.. didnt work.. also, its s samsung mini dv camera.

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    iPhoto and iMovie should do the trick for ya
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    some reason i dont have i phone.. and imovie .. how do i upload it in there? its '05

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    trying to get to the bottom of this. What are the specs of your Mac, when did you get it, which OS is installed? Macs come with iLife installed when you buy them new which has iPhoto and iMovie.

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    i have a ibook g4 .. when i re installed osx, it didnt have ilife on the disc so i went to the mac genius, and he gave me i life 05 .. but when we installed it i think i forgot to install iphoto and garage band .. and i have the disk, but im at my friends house.. and its his camera and i wanted to upload it.. is there a program i can get on download.com or something quick?

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    Since this is Video you are trying to upload, you need iMovie. That is part of the iLife 05 install.

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    ii HAVE i movie but what do i click when i get in there????

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    On the main iMOVIE window are controls at the bottom. There is a slide switch. It defalts to edit with a sicissors icon. Switch it to the Left where it shows the little camera. Does your camera show up? I was trying to find out if your camera is supported and a few sites seemed to list it as supported in OSX.

    Sorry, I put isight instead of imovie. Let us know if the camera shows up in iMovie.

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    Cool
    Also it only works if you are using a camera that has firewire.
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