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Backing up Project Library . . .


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How so I back up my movies in Project Library in iMovie. I can't seem to find the folder in which they reside.

Any suggestions?
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What OS are you running ?
If you can, give Time Machine a go...... set it and forget it.
You won't have to worry about any locations of folders and files.

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If you can, give Time Machine a go...... set it and forget it.
You won't have to worry about any locations of folders and files.

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I'm running 10.6.7. I prefer to do my backup manually. I just need to know where the folder resides . . .

Thanks . . .
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Depends if you have done 'organize library'. I assume you are looking for movies that you can access via iTunes. So go to user/music/iTunes/iTunes Music/ and you should have a folder in here titled "Movies" should be there.
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I can't seem to find the folder in which they reside.
Thery are in Home Folder>Movies>iMovie Projects>Your Movie Name. However as well as backing those up, you will need backups of all the associated Events as well.
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