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iMovie stabilization of iphoto movies


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I understand that when i import an event from my DV camcorder and scan for image stabilization the stabilization files are contained in a folder within the event folder - (movies/iMovie Events/*event name*/iMovie Stabilization)

What i cant find is where the stabilization folder is located for movies from the iphoto library, ie they do not have an event of their own within iMovie.

I have tried looking in the iphoto library manually and cant seem to find them. Anyone know where iMovie keeps these files in this circumstance?
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Select the clip in your Project, and Right Click and then choose Reveal in Finder. It should be be in iPhoto Library/Originals/Year that movie was taken/Originals_2/iMovieSpeedConversion
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just seen this - thanks for the response.

I will check this out tonight.

Although i see you refer to "speed conversion". I am refering to stabilization.

Either way will check it out tonight and report back.
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