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Nov 23, 1999, 10:10 AM
 
Is it possible to purchase iMovie seperately? I've got a rev A iMac & would love to be able to use this product, but can't really replace my iMac right now.

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Nov 23, 1999, 02:02 PM
 
No, It cannot be purchased seperatly, besides, even it could, how would you inport video?

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Nov 24, 1999, 02:18 AM
 
Get an XLR8 InterView. It is a USB analog video-in with Strata VideoShop 4.5. It's much more powerful than iMovie, albeit not quite as easy to learn, but it costs only $90 if you shop around (---> CDW, $87).

I use one with my G3/350 and it works impeccably. Of course, it does not support DV, nor does it have a video out.

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Nov 29, 1999, 09:09 AM
 
Tooki,

What then, are you using it for? Quick Time movies for the web? Is there any other product that I could use with my iMac to edit home movies & record on VHS?
     
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Nov 30, 1999, 05:20 PM
 
I haven't yet used it much, actually, but my intention is to burn QuickTime movies to CD-ROM, since for my purposes (which involve family overseas) it's cheaper than renting a VHS editing studio and then paying for NTSC-to-PAL conversion.

If I get a faster internet connection, I might use that as an alternate distribution method.

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