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Unfortunately you may have to go to the apple store and ask them to restore your purchase :((


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Apple covers accepting the apps that come bundled (like iMovie): https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203658 It depends on checking that someone else has "accepted" the apps and calling support if no one has accepted them and you don't want to lose them.


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Click on 1 of your highlighted images and drag it into the clip editing/viewing timeline screen to the left diagonal of the photo display screen. You can drag these images anywhere in the timeline. Hope it helps.


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If you're talking about iMovie on the Mac,you can simply drag an image anywhere in the timeline. On iOS, simply position the timeline scrubber at a gap in a space in the timeline where you want your image, and then tap the image from the image chooser.


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Unlike music and photos there (seems to be, IMHO) is no built-in sync option for iMovie. You may need to use a program like iExplorer to get the actual project files off the IOS device but once you have them there is no guarantee that they will be usable in any application (Mac or Windows). If you tap the share button in iMovie you can then save the final ...


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Convert to the internal drive, and as movies are converted, delete from external, and move there. If your drives are getting this full, it's time to consider an update. 3TB externals are sub $100.


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Sadly, you've passed the point where you get to save your work. Luckily, iMovie periodically saves the application database / library so you are unlikely to lose everything if you decide to shut down the Mac or force quit the application. Once you regain control of the application (you already know you can't do anything with it stuck in a state where it's ...



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