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How do you save imove in iDVD. I made my copy thought it was saved in documents, because that seemed to be the only option. But when I went to retrieve, there is nothing there. Help.
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There's normally a default folder called Movies. When saving the movie in idvd this is save as .dvdproj.
Look for the folder first or search with finder as this will direct a link at the bottom of the screen.
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