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I have a Canon ZR45 camcorder which uses the Mini DV cassettes. I would like to convert these to MP4 files. Can this be done through HandBrake?
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I use a Mac with a Firewire cable.
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You can probably import the Mini-DV using iMovie, assuming it still supports this feature (it used to). Then you can export to MP4 directly or export to something like Apple ProRes or Intermediate Codec, and feed that to HandBrake.
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Set your Canon to digital passthrough and capture over FireWire 1394, using Scenealyzer, which can still be found.
That is the best way possible.