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The iMovie for Mac: Capture videos directly to iMovie. Capture videos directly to iMovie with the FaceTime HD cam integrated into your Mac. Click the Import icon on the taskbar to open the Import dialog box. When the Import icon does not appear, click the Medium icon on the taskbar, and then click the Import icon. When the Image Capture, Photos, or iPhoto pane is displayed, exit the pane.

From the Cameras section of the Import pane side bar, browse to the built-in cameras. The import screen displays a camcorder's real-time picture. You can specify the type of incident you want to capture to by performing one of the following steps: Selects an existent event: In the Import pane, click the Import to pop-up at the top and browse to the events.

Creating a new event: From the Import to pop-up menus, select NewEvent, enter a name for the new vent, and click OK. Select the open project: Select the Import to pop-up and select Import from. For more information about what happens, see Organizing your medias and what happens. In order to begin capturing from the chosen camcorder, click the Capture icon below the camcorder's picture.

Click the Capture icon again to stop capturing. Click the Exit icon to end the shooting sessions and go back to the iMovie home screen.

Capture a picture or capture a videotape in Picture Booth on your Mac.

Capture a still image or a group of four still images, or capture a movie with your computer's built-in camcorder or an optional remote camcorder attached to your Mac. When using an optional remote camcorder, make sure it is plugged into your computer and turned on. If you see the Show Preview or Show Preview Videos buttons in the Photos Booth application on your Mac, click them to see the Capture Picture or Capture video buttons.

You can use the bottom right corner to select whether you want to shoot a series of four photographs or a still image. Press the Take a picture icon. When using an optional remote camcorder, make sure it is plugged into your computer and turned on. If you see the Show Preview or Show Preview Videos pushbutton in the photo booth application on your Mac, click it to see the Capture Picture or Capture video pushbutton.

At the bottom of the page, click the Bottom LH button. Press the Record Movie Buttons. When you are finished capturing, click the Stop icon. If you take a picture, there is a three-second count down before the picture is taken. When you take a picture, your monitor blinks. Do one of the following in the Photos Booth application on your Mac:

While holding down the options softkey, click the Capture Photo Buttons. Switch the strobe off: While holding down the Shift softkeys, click the Take Photo Buttons. Select Camera > Enable Screen Blitz. Switch both the timer and strobe off: Keep the Options and Shift keys pressed while you click the Take Photo icon.

Tip: You can also take pictures by using Photo Booth in full frame mode. In the upper right hand corner of the Photo Booth pane, click the fullscreen icon.

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