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USB Camera to use as iMovie camera


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So the title is a little confusing, but here is my dilemma. So I'm using this flip ultra for a project... Flip Video - Ultra Series ... and I know that there is a time lapse feature in iMovie that you can use if you have a DV camera. My question is can I use the flip camera in place of my iSight? I know how to disable iSight but do not know how to replace it or substitute it for the flip camera. I'd really appreciate input because I'm trying to do this project for class. thanks in advanced.
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