985 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 5, 2011 2:35 PM by AppleMan1958
Currently Being ModeratedMar 5, 2011 4:08 AM (in response to Lorna from Hawaii)If you want to store them iPhoto, then you would need to create separate Events in iPhoto. Then these Events would show separately under the iPhoto Videos section of iMovie.iMac 24 2.8Ghz, iPhone, TV, Mac OS X (10.6.6), Panasonic HDC-SD5 iMovie 11
Currently Being ModeratedMar 5, 2011 12:50 PM (in response to AppleMan1958)Well, I thought that going first to iPhoto '11 and then being sucked up by iMovie '11 was the standard procedure. 8-(
If indeed I can create my own flow, then I would want photos to go to iPhoto '11 and movies to go to 'iMovie '11.
And then, once the movies are in iMovie '11, I want to create what a majority of people would consider the most transparent, uncomplicated, simple Event Library possible.
I am easy to please once I get what I want.
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Currently Being ModeratedMar 5, 2011 2:35 PM (in response to Lorna from Hawaii)If you are on Snow Leopard, you can connect your camera via USB and then open the Image Capture application, you can easily find this in Spotlight at the top right of your screen, or you can find it in the Finder in the Applications folder, or maybe the Applications/Utilities folder.
In Image Capture, you can right click on your camera and assign a default application. You can set this to iMovie, and iMovie should see the camera.iMac 24 2.8Ghz, iPhone, TV, Mac OS X (10.6.6), Panasonic HDC-SD5 iMovie 11