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Hi, I'm trying to import Leica M240 video files (MOV) into Apple Aperture (v 3.5.1) without success. Does anyone have any kind of relevant information that might help me with this? It's as if Aperture does not recognize the files as video. Thanks a lot. Martin.

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Hmmm ... that's strange, I can import M240 MOV files in to Aperture 3.5.1 without any problems whatsoever. There are other issues with Aperture and M240 files (like it not being able to pick up on the Lens information correctly) but video import, so far has not been a problem.

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Hmmm ... that's strange, I can import M240 MOV files in to Aperture 3.5.1 without any problems whatsoever. There are other issues with Aperture and M240 files (like it not being able to pick up on the Lens information correctly) but video import, so far has not been a problem.

 

I'll take a look again. Not sure what's happening. It just does not even see the file. Thanks for your response. Appreciate it. m.

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