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Trouble Importing Video


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I just got a canon fs100 and am having trouble importing the movie files to my computer, which is a mac running os x 10.4.11.
processor is 1 ghz powerpc g4
with 1mb L3 cache
and 1gb ddr sdram

can't seem to import movie files from the camera using imovie hd6 or anything else.

I would love some recommendations for a way to import and edit files without having to buy a new computer.

Software recommendations, info about the camera, I am a newbie to this kind of tech and would appreciate help!

I read on another forum that "you may need to reencode the footage first." Does anyone know what this means or how to do it?

Thanks,
Matt
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