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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by bill4588, May 22, 2007.
I know you can take pictures using photo booth, but can my Macbook take video clips?
in imovie, under sources the isight shows up as one...
yeah i guess that makes sense lol. I just thought iMovie was used to edit video, not create new video. Thanks!
QT pro also works a treat. It's not free, though.
iMovie is a versatile program
I started making a skate tape using my MacBook, but lack of time brought that project to a halt. What did you plan to do with it, out of interest?
Shrug. Guess my needs are much much simpler. That and I delete iDVD and iMovie off of my portables. I've never really used them and probably never will.
battle of the edits, hey?
They are big programs, so when installing OS X, i tend to leave iDVD out. I use the other ones way too often to delete. But yeah, it all depends on what you do with the computer.
For the longest time, I could never get QT Pro to recognize the iSight (using a G5 2Ghz tower, running latest Tiger). Going to File: New Movie Recording, and an error message would come up saying, "No recording device found. Make sure device is not used by another application."
I finally figured out that if you were running iChat (which I do 24/7), QT considers that the iSight is being used. Quit iChat, and voilà, QT can record movies.
Had never used iMovie before, thanks for the tip.