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Are you referring to an exported movie (i.e. all the bits stitched together) or just the events that you've collected that you would make up a movie project with? If it is the former, then it is simply right clicking on the project and there should be an "Export movie..." option. I believe there is a menu bar item for this as well. If you're referring to ...


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sounds like you only recovered the low-quality proxies. The structure should be Project Name folder, containing CurrentVersion.imovieevent file & Profect Name.rcproject folder, containing Movies folder Project file Proxies folder QuickLook That applies whether you have the old iMovie structure or the new one. If you have the new structure that ...


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Via http://www.wondershare.com/imovie/stabilize-shaky-videos-in-imovie.html: Choose a video clip either from the Event browser or project. You can apply the Analyze for stabilization to the whole event or just to the video clips you want to apply. You can stabilize the video clips first, and then drag them to the project or stabilize the video clips in ...


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Well, found the answer myself. The mistake was, that it's not enough to import the clip you want to edit, it needs to be included into an event. The procedure is therefor: Create "Create New", which is a container for the video to be uploaded. Import video into the container just created. Now the video can be edited with antishake. Hope the ...


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Log into the App Store, and they should be there in the 'Purchases' tab - assuming that when you bought the Mac you told the Store that you wanted to register the apps to your Apple ID.


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It is possible in iMovie to add some reverb effects by going to the audio effects panel. You can get there in iMovie by clicking on the filters tab above the clip preview window. In the tab options there select "Audio Effects" and the Small Room, Medium Room, Large Room and Cathedral presets apply different amounts of reverb. For more precise control ...


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From 10.0.5 [not sure about 10.0.6 as that's Yosemite only] Top bar, to the right of the icons, next to the info button, then below, Audio Effect... 3rd row, one of the rooms or cathedral


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Have you tried exporting your video? Sometimes iMovie downscales things while playing it back in the application. If that doesn't work try copy and pasting your project timeline into a new project and re-insert the images you have.


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If you like the movie trailer format but you want to customize the length of the clip segments, you can convert the special movie trailer project into a normal iMovie project by going to (File>Convert Trailer to Movie). Video Tutorial about this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lBbqgqgTVA Otherwise you need to edit your project manually. A trick to ...


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Create a new project (on top), with or without a theme. Then the timeline will be on bottom and the iMovie library on top. Now you can drag pieces in, just like before.


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I'm getting this crash as well. Though I'm only seeing it when I try to capture iMovie and move it to another Mac in my lab via the Casper suite. I've had to delete and re-download it form the AppStore on each Mac.


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If you're running a system prior to OS X 10.9, you might consider updating it. Upgrading Apple's iApps from the 2011 versions to the 2013 versions requires either Mavericks (for version 10.0.5) or Yosemite (v10.0.6). The boilerplate message from the App Store has misled a good number of people. If, on the other hand, you are using 10.9 or 10.10, first check ...


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Why not reinstall Mavericks and restore your backup from before the upgrade so you can finish your urgent work? You might even just get an external USB drive and just install Mavericks (or the original OS that came with your Mac) and boot from that OS to finish your projects. You could then choose which OS to boot by holding the option key down at startup ...


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You will have to upgrade your iMovie version through the App Store to the version supported by 10.10


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I'm using iMovie 10.0.6 on Yosemite. With this version there is an option "New App Preview" under the File menu. Just click on that to start creating your app preview. As Josh Adams mentioned there are less title options but they are specific for app previews which is handy. I created my app preview and when clicking on the Share button, there is a new ...


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Make sure you go to File->New App Preview (available on iMovie 10.0.6 on Yosemite).


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iMovie is able to export app previews. I just went through the process. One downside to using iMovie for making an app preview is that the selection of titles is much more limited than in a regular movie. In a couple weeks I will find out whether Apple accepts my preview. ...



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