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Use iMovie like a VCR with UI scripting
Authored by: mclii on Oct 11, '04 01:39:19PM

That sounds like a very cool script!

What type of camera do you have to act as the DV bridge? I believe with the Canon ZR10 that I have, it won't work properly as a DV bridge. As soon as I plug in a firewire cable, no other inputs/outputs are recognized, as far as I can tell. In the past I've had to record what I wanted digitized to a miniDV tape, and then go from there. Is there something that you're doing differently, or is your camera hardware just able to act as a bridge?

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Canon ZR80
Authored by: jecwobble on Oct 11, '04 02:43:20PM

Just like Dale said, if you have a menu option for AV -> DV, you can do it. Check your user's manual.

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