yep that's my understanding pretty sure you'll drag it into imovieOriginally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 213285
My Flip does exactly that. Although Flip has Mac compatible software, I don't typically use it. I just import directly into iPhoto, then do a "Show in Finder" on the video, and use that in iMovie. Works a treat!Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 213285
If you remember the video I posted of "Sherman and the Cheerios", it was shot with my Flip.
The fact that the Kodak Zx1 has removable storage and runs off standard batteries are all huge plusses based on my experience with the Flip. Wish I'd gotten that one instead.
Tom (...always with the newer technology!)
yep thats what it says just the software. i dont use the sony software that came with mine. thing i would look for is a driver for the mac, or dont they matter so much as on windows?Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 213285
Why is the yellow one twice as much as the other colours?
Not necessary Mick. On the Mac, if I can plug it into the USB slot, the Mac will read it!Originally Posted by ukwdwnut, post: 213295
Tom (... universal acceptance!)
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the sanyo xacti are great too for anyone considering a sd camcorder