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idvd ate my movie!

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Hopefully someone can tell me what in the world I did to lose this thing:

I created a movie in imovie and then shared it with idvd. I created a project, moved the movie there and then I couldn't get something to work so I closed it without saving it. So original movie is nowhere to be found.

I still had it open in imovie and I tried resaving it, I tried burning it to disc directly in imovie and no had been moved and it told me to retrieve it. The problem doesn't exist now. It's not saved under "movies" anymore. I did every search I could think of.

So...seriously? If I didn't save the idvd project and now my movie bit the dust too? I REALLY don't want to spend my entire evening doing it over.

Help oh brilliant mac peeps?
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