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It's impossible if your trying to convert another video that's already on your computer. This is unless you get Adobe Media Encoder which costs a ton of money.


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I just found my project! imovie quit unexpectedly and then I opened it back up, selected "all projects" in the left column and when I clicked on the thumbnail for the video i got back to the editing screen with all my edits! SOOOOO happy right now, hope this works for someone else too!! xo Krissy


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This may be because some files in the editing process may be corrupted. You could try screen recording the corrupted files and replace the files in the iMovie with the new files.


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Apps don't disappear automatically. If you have iMovie '11 (version 9.x, gold + dark grey icon), the Mac AppStore will show the current version of iMovie (version 10.x, purple-coloured icon) as a new item because Apple charges for major version upgrades (e.g., version 9.x to 10.x), unless the user has a voucher from purchasing a new Mac.


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Open the project, then select Share → Export Movie. Select a destination and other options if relevant, then select Export. Once the project is exported, you can import it just like any other video. More information: iMovie ‘11: Export your movies to a Finder folder



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