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    Transfering video files from my Canon Legria HF-G25 to iMac?
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    Transfering video files from my Canon Legria HF-G25 to iMac?
    I have had the camera for a while now and have not yet found a method of transfering files from it to my iMac without transfering the complete amount on the SD card.

    When I have taken just a few minutes of video I want to be able to transfer just that part. Is there any way that I can do this please?

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    Transfering video files from my Canon Legria HF-G25 to iMac?
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    Have you tried Image Capture?


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    Transfering video files from my Canon Legria HF-G25 to iMac?
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    I do not have your exact model Canon but do have 2 Canons here and both mount in Photos. I have the option to transfer new pics and videos only. I believe I can even select which ones I want but usually tell it to copy over all new images and videos.

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    Transfering video files from my Canon Legria HF-G25 to iMac?
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    Don't know how you have the transfer set up but if you attach the camera or SD card and access the contents from Finder, you should be able to select individual items. Mine is set up to open in Photos but if it fails I do it the way I described.
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    Transfering video files from my Canon Legria HF-G25 to iMac?
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    If you use iMovie, you should b able to browse your clips and select those that you want to import.

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