12/6/10
6:46 pm

Forum Question: How to upload videos taken on a Sony Bloggie TS20?

I just bought a Sony Bloggie HD camera TS20. Sony’s software for this product is NOT Mac compatible, but Sony told me that it will work with Quicktime. Guess what – I can’t make that happen. I can however upload via iMovie. How else can I upload videos from this camera? I have Leopard Snow OS.
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Sandy

Comments: 5 Responses to “How to upload videos taken on a Sony Bloggie TS20?”

    12/6/10 @ 6:59 pm

    Can’t you just see the video files as if it were an external drive, and then drag and drop them from there to anywhere you want?
    Otherwise, using iMovie is a good option. Then you can just pull them out of your iMovie events folders and store them where you want.

    Sandy
    12/8/10 @ 11:33 am

    Gary: I thank you and appreciate the fact that you responded.

    With my limited abilities to understand, I finally figured out software to use which, to me, is easier than iMovie. For other Bloggie users, I am going to describe my procedure here and hope it is useful for them:

    Plug Bloggie into USB port; Open Apple’s “Image Capture”, Switch on the Bloggie; Bloggie will appear in “Image Capture” window; Choose an “Import To” designation (desktop, iMovie, pictures or other); Highlight & click “Import All”; Pictures and Videos should appear where designated.

    Sandy

      Ali Grey
      5/2/11 @ 6:24 pm

      hi, whenever i try and upload my videos onto my mac, it won’t take them and it says:
      An Error Occurred During Import
      There was a problem importing 24-24 from your camera. Please review the imported movies carefully. I’m really confused by this, help me!

        5/2/11 @ 6:41 pm

        What process are you using to import them?

    sara
    10/24/12 @ 5:11 pm

    when you upload pictures from a bloggie, what date and time appears – when they were taken or when they were uploaded? i have some photos and i want to be sure the date showing is the date the pics were taken, not the date i uploaded them? it was a while ago, so i’m not sure.

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