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Sony HDR-SR11 to iMove HD '08 - can't view all clips to import


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Connection from Sony HDR-SR11 to iMac running iMovieHD '08 went fine (via USB), but it will only show the earliest clips for download - can't view all clips on the camera to check those I want to import. What I think might be going on is that I only have about 30GB left on my HD, and I have probably about 50GB of the 60GB on the camera used (mostly HD video, and about 300 stills). I know, my bad.

So will iMovie only display clips for import starting at the earliest recorded up until what ever disc space is available on the Mac's HD? Why can't I scroll through all the thumbs on the camera's HD to just import what I want from the camera. Am I missing something obvious?
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