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Movies and Video For people making movies and editing video with their Mac.

Free movie editing software?


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What are the programs free online that I can download to shorten my videos?
For Macbook Mac OS X Version 10.5.8?
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If you bought your Mac from Apple, then you should already have iMovie.
No need to download anything.

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It somehow disappeared by accident...

I must've trashed a part of its program by accident at one point and all I was left with was a question mark over the imovie icon on the desktop, secure empty trash was done and 35pass...

The icon ended up in the bin when i realized the program was gone...

Downloading it now, shame I didn't think of it before. I thought there'd be something else, didn't know it did that editing thing. What a great laptop
Still amazes me.

ok, I'm having a problem, I downloaded 7.1.4 of imovie but it alerts me that an eligable imovie application was not found in the location applications....

what can i do?

I feel quite bummed now about that and embarrassed.

If Someone can please help me out with that I would be so grateful.
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Again, there's no need to download anything.
Just use your restore discs.
It should be on Disc 2.

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I hope I can find it. What do I do if I can't?
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Then you're back to square A.

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I hope I can find it. What do I do if I can't?
If you have your restore discs, then you WILL have it.

Use a program called Pacifist to locate and install iMovie from your restore discs.


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Use a program called Pacifist to locate and install iMovie from your restore discs.
You don't need Pacifist - you can customize the install and select only iMovie.

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In Finder do a search for iMovie. If it's installed it will find it; if not, re-install is easy enough.
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I'd recommend going with iMovie if you can get it back on your machine.

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