If you want to import videos from DSLR camera or digital still camera to iMovie, then the camera should be compatible with iMovie. If the camera is not compatible with iMovie, then you may be able to import video into iPhoto. When you import your video into iPhoto, you will see the footage on your computer is in a video format. iMovie generates thumbnails of the video and you will see it in your iMovie Event Library. If you are looking for a step by step process to access iPhoto video in iMovie, read below.
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