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You need to open iMovie and select the iMovie Project that you wish to send to Final Cut Pro 10.1. Simply use FILE/SEND Movie to Final Cut Pro. In your case you just need to update your Final Cut Pro to the latest version. Note: This will not work if you’re not on the FCP 10.1.
The Final Cut Library Manager is a wonderful app that lets you selectively remove optimised and proxy media as well as render files, freeing space. These can be recreated if necessary from the original media and timeline. The original media is still required if you wish to edit the footage in the future.
I think my hardware is just fine. Upgrading to FCP X 10.1.2 solved the issue for me. In case it helps the next person, here's Apple's troubleshooting steps for Final Cut Pro x 10.1 and beyond: http://support.apple.com/kb/ts3893
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