Perform the Import

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Once you are ready to import video, you can do it in three ways: directly from the camera to your computer, through Windows Movie Maker (as shown in Figure 9-1), or through Windows Photo Gallery. We’ll focus on the direct-to-computer and Windows Movie Maker methods here.

When you import videos, the video is saved to your computer’s hard drive as a video file. You can edit the saved file by using Windows Movie Maker.

You can import live and taped video from a variety of places, including your digital video camera.

Figure 9-1. You can import live and taped video from a variety of places, including your digital video camera. ...

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