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Importing MTS HD Movies to Iphoto


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I have an imac with iphoto 11 and have just bought a Panasonic TZ10 camera.
When i download my photos the HD movies are not recognised and do not download.
Can someone please tell me how to do this.
This is a big error from Apple who are renowned for user friendly software and hardware.

Any help would be appreciated

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