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Hey all, I got my new iPad yesterday and I am loving it. I have made a video on iMovie and I am currently uploading it to YouTube. Does anyone know if I can back out of iMovie while it is doing this or at the least can I turn the screen off because its going to take a long time to upload due to my connection.

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Ok I answered my own question by just trying it ! .. I can turn the screen off but not sure about closing out of the application still, Ill let it finish I think

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If you close the application you'll stop the process...Just minimize to Dock...And close the screen...
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If you close the application you'll stop the process...Just minimize to Dock...And close the screen...
He's talking about the iPad version of iMovie ... in the iPad section. So no dock in the sense you're thinking of.

Don't worry about it, we've all made that mistake.
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