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Imovie stopped recognising camera

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Hi guys,

I recently bought the Panasonic Ts1 point and shoot camera. It takes video in the AVCHD format. For a while, it worked as it should - I plug in the camera to my mac via USB, then iMovie 09 opens and the camera import window opened.

However, recently iMovie stopped recognising the camera. I know the mac recognises it because it appears on the desktop and all other programs such as iPhoto recognise it. However only iMovie can import video of that format and it fails to recognise it.

If i manually open the camera import video, it only registers the built in isight camera and not the Panasonic.

Please could you help me?


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