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Mac Sony Bloggie Touch Family Videos to Mini-Beamer Projector

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Mac Sony Bloggie Touch Family Videos to Mini-Beamer Projector
Sony Bloggie Touch cameras, with MHS-TS10 for 4GB internal memory and MHS-TS20 for 8GB, attract eyeballs for the HD 1080p MP4 videos. Taking Sony Bloggie Touch camera in your pocket, you can shoot videos anytime you like. However, when you want to edit the HD videos on Mac computer or simply join the short video clips into a long one for presenting with Mini-Beamer, you may need a Mac Sony Bloggie Touch video editor.
Since the Bloggie Software V1.0 is not Mac compatible, Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac is the recommended Sony video converter and editor on Mac OS X like Tiger, Leopard and Snow Leopard. The video converter does not only help you join and combine several clips, but also enables you to trim and cut Bloggie Touch videos to get rid of the ____ during the video recording.

Follow the steps below, and you may find it easy to convert Sony Bloggie Touch videos to Mini-beamer or Pico projector on Mac, and merge video clips with only a click. Here we are taking Sony Bloggie MHS-CM5 videos as example.
Step 1. Load Sony videos to Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac.
Directly connect the Sony Bloggie camera with USB port, a

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