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Originally Posted by chas_m View Post
If it is possible for you to do so, I would **STRONGLY** recommend upgrading to iMovie '11. SO MANY IMPROVEMENTS

iMovie '11 tutorials are of course found on Apple's web site -- yet another reason to upgrade ...
You must own Apple stock! LOL!

It seems to me that Apple upgrades are far more about profit making than serving the Apple customer. I can remember when both went hand in hand! It would be nice if Apple supported its applications longer instead of pumping out more & more & more applications for the upgrade money. I think Apple could afford servers large enough to support older applications. Many consumers would much rather have a so much simpler OS X version of iMovie 5.0 HD for simple video editing usage & a separate Hollywood film version, but profit is more important than serving the Apple customer in recent years!

I get your point though. I suppose I'll have to buy iMovie '11, like it or not! Just the way it is!
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