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Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by nevergettoride, Aug 5, 2012.
I've got several of these mini dvds and I'd like to get them onto my MacBook Pro.
You need a tray (NOT slot*) loading optical disc drive, they cost around 30 €.
Or you could get the camcorder the footage was recorded with.
If you go the ODD route, you have to transcode the footage before importing into iMovie.
The following might help:
Get footage from a video DVD into an editing application
Video: Transcoding ripped video to a format iMovie understands (.mp4, 75s, 7MB)
I have the original camcorder.. what does that mean I can do?
You are confused. The OP needs a tray-loading optical drive.
Not anymore, but yes, you are correct, I meant tray-loading drive (I was about the write slot-.... again).
@OP: As you still have the camera, try connecting it via USB (it should have a USB port on it somewhere) and set into PLAY/VCR mode, open iMovie and select to import from a camera.