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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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I'd recommend Dropbox. You'd be able to edit files locally with Dropbox, and then it would handle syncing them to the cloud. You'd just have to make sure you left your computer on long enough to allow it to finish syncing after you made changes. I'm unsure if Google Drive works the same way - but I use Dropbox for something very similar to your scenario and ...


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That's not really an answer : I just moved to Final Cut to make that effect, as it seems that iMove can't do it.


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If you are running Mac OS X and find that some of your video files have metadata included, then it will have been set in Apple's iTunes. In iTunes you can add, edit or remove all metadata from video files. This is only applicable to certain video types, however, as they must be iTunes recognized filetypes. The file types supported by iTunes are the same as ...



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