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Problems in importing mini DVD into iMovie


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Hi there,
I am a new MacForums subscriber;

After having faced the frustration of the MAC inability to read mini-DVD, buying an external disk-drive, I had to handle a new boring issue

I have produced some mini-DVDs by using a digital video-camera SONY DVD205E

The issue is that when I import those mini-DVD into iMovie, the original sequence of the clips is unexpectedly randomly changed

Is there anybody that can give me some hint / advice to come over this problem?

Those video are the souvenir of my wonderful holidays in west US with my family and I would appreciate very much if some of you could give me an hand to fix it out

Many thanks in advance

/Peter
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