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Making a short movie. Cables??


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iRock

 
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Hi,

My mac is on its way at last"!!!!

Its a 12" ibook.

I was wondering can anyone help me out??
what cable do I need to connect my camcorder to the ibook so I can edit the movie??

And also about how much would it be??


Thanks guys

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should only need a firewire 400 cable and thats all....thats all i use to import into final cut and it should be the same way with iMovie
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