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Using iMovie HD on my new Macbook Pro

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So I just purchased a new pro about a month ago and while I'm very excited to have it I have to say that one of the primary reasons I purchased it was for iMovie. So bottom line is I really really don't like the new version. I much more preferred the 2006 HD version. I've been able to download the older version on my computer but I seem to be having problems with it such as freezing, taking a long time to function, and messing up the video clips. I was wondering if anyone has had similar problems or is also unhappy with the new iMovie and could offer some advice

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You didn't say which version number you have installed.

I have iMovie HD 6.0.4 running on my first generation MBP which is a 32-bit machine running OS X 10.6.4. The only issue I've see is missing FX stuff, but that may be something I've done over time. It isn't like I use it much though.

Keep in mind that iMovie is non supported software. I wouldn't spend much time trying to get it to work if you are having problems. Either take some time to get used to the new one, of get an alternative.

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When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

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