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Can iMovie import High Definition tapes


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If I buy the latest 24" iMac and then download the free iMovie6, can I import video clips from Video camera using HD tapes into iMovie6 ?

Can iMovie6 import in from HD tapes or can it only import SD tapes ?

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Can iMovie6 import in from HD tapes or can it only import SD tapes ?

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Yes, it can.

http://www.apple.com/ilife/imovie/

http://www.apple.com/ilife/tutorials/#imovie

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Thanks Dv31L80Y but your link is to iMovie08. I am referring iMovie06.

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iMovie '06 was also called "iMovie HD", in other words, yes you can still capture from your HD tapes using iMovie '06.

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