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Thanks... I have never used anything but the actual program within QuickTime on my Mac. So that program you speak of a free one to download or does it cost...   So I stayed with the QuickTime on the mac, that I would change this set 720 P and do I change the frame rate or anything else?.  where would I chang all this...   Forgive me as I am new to this as I expected the new canon T5i would work in a default...not the case...   really confused...
Help needed creating a QuickTime movie with the new Canon T5i  camera in iMovie 9.0.9.  The project is done and looks good...I need help understanding what settings need to be set so I can make a QuickTime movie in the highest quality that would fit the ratio of 16.9 to be sent out to my YouTube page.  I played around with some of the settings and have not come with the right setting for the video.  I want the highest quality with the lowest amount of megabytes…thanks 
I could have not said it any better myself!  Thanks a lot  and good night from the midwest USA
Good news again. I figured out how to get it into the correct events that I created. Now I have it all set.   I will call Canon in the morning and ask them if there's a way to make sure that I'm getting the best quality of my important videos. It seems like  their  program makes the video looks a lot sharper but when it gets into iMovie it seems like it's not a good quality of video. I hope that's not going to translate into a bad DVD or QuickTime movie.   I'm...
Your very kind to assist me with this issue. Perhaps I should not waste anyone's time and used the Canon program first sorry everyone.   The process is very fast with that cannon program. I  put it on the desktop so I can find it. Then I import with iMovie. But then I have a problem of putting it into a specific event file...do you know how to do that when importing into iMovie??
Good news the software provided by canon called the image browser CX translated it quickly  (53 second video that I experiment with)  But the problem is it placed it in my last important file on iMovie and I need to create a name for the event...   I'm really hoping I didn't lose any of the wonderful image quality by translating from their software to iMovie.
Have you used this particular product?   Sounds like a lot of extra work just to get a simple video out of your camera into iMovie?   So this is going to take a lot of extra time just to create a simple video isn't it?   This is the only option that I have?   What would happen if I would go ahead and capture the video in aperture...would iMovie be able to translate it from aperture to iMovie ?   What about doing it in iPhoto? ...can you captured it in...
Thanks for the information. Will this works better than using the CD software that was provided with the camera ?   I will study the link provided.   Do You think Apple will ever provide simple iMovie conversion or will it be in the new OS Maverick?
About a months ago I purchased the Canon Rebel seriesT5i... Love the camera, wonderful video and wonderful digital photographs.   For my pre-sales questions to canon, I was led to believe that iMovie would work with using the SanDisk Ultra SDHC Card 32 GB class 10...(Allowing me to capture video directly in iMovie from the SD card)    However much to my surprise a 53 seconds video clip took 10 minutes to get halfway done and then suddenly crashed my...
I wonder if there is a program out there that does the same thing that QuickBooks for Mac 2013 does and is cheeper.   I've been using their product that was called the Quick Book Pro 6 for my old Cube (stills work well today)  on OS 9.2 and has worked great but it's time to migrate up to my latest new Mac on OS 10.8.3   My new upgrade price is $199.00 but would like to save $$$$   Any help on this one 
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