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Hi,

i have a MacBook Pro. It has a video camera for iChat, right?
Can you please tell me how can I use that to take picture and save that to my desktop?

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You should have an application called "PhotoBooth". It can be accessed by Finder -> Applications folder. This will activate your camera and you can take all the pictures you'd like. Then you can drag your photos onto your desktop if you really need.
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Photo Booth

If you want the pic on the desktop, just drag and drop it.

edit: the old codger's a little slow

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It even has effects for your pictures.


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