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    Apr 30, 2008
    iMovie question

    have never used iMovie before, and have a very simple question

    I have just bought a Kodak zx1 camera, comes with the usb etc etc

    I have recorded a movie, connected the cable BUT then iPhoto opens and imports through that

    how can I change this so that iMovie opens and I import these through this

    Any ideas?

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    I've never used the camera. What I would try to do is close iPhoto after it opens, and then open iMovie while the camera is still connected.
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  3. #3

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    Jan 14, 2010
    there are 2 options. you can either save the video in you finder and import it from finder into iMovie OR you can quit iPhoto and then open iMovie then go to file-import from camera and then your camera video should pop up with the ability to import it. Make sure you camera is ON and not OFF

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