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Default iMovie folder on external hard drive

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Is there any way to change the default folder? On the internal hard drive, I have ~/Movies/iMovieEvents and ~/Movies/iMovieProjects. On the external hard drive it is just /iMovieEvents and /iMovieProjects.
I would like to put them in a directory of my choice. Of course I cannot move them from outside iMovie because it will no longer see them.
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