To copy (or import) your recorded videos from your iPod nano to iPhoto or iMovie, you first need to make sure the “Enable disk use” checkbox is selected for your iPod within iTunes.
- Connect your iPod to your computer.
- Open iTunes (version 9 or later).
- Select your iPod in the Source pane.
- Select the Summary tab.
- Enable disk use and select the Apply button.
To import your recorded videos from iPod nano (5th generation) to iPhoto
Your recorded video or videos will appear in your iPhoto Library under the section for Events and Photos and in the Recent category for Last Import.
To watch the video in iPhoto, double-click the recorded video.
To import your recorded videos from your iPod nano (5th generation) to iMovie
Once you’ve imported recorded videos to iPhoto from your iPod nano (5th generation), you should be able to see your footage in iMovie, under iPhoto Videos in your Event Library.
However, if you would like to import your recorded videos directly into iMovie ’09 from your iPod nano (5th generation), follow these steps:
- Make sure you have iMovie ’09, version 8.0.5 or later, installed.
- Launch iMovie. The Import window* should open, displaying all the clips from your iPod nano (5th generation).
- Import all or select clips from your iPod nano.
* If the Import window doesn’t open, choose File > Import from Camera, or select the Import-window button located on the left side of the application .
If you would like to import your recorded videos directly into iMovie ’08 from your iPod nano (5th generation), follow these steps:
1. Launch iMovie ’08.
2. From the File menu, select Import > Movies:
3. Select your iPod nano from the Device list on the left side of the import window.
4. Your recorded video content will be in your DCIM folder. Select the desired clip and click the Import button to import into iMovie.
Via [Apple Support]