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I have a bunch of clips I want to make a movie of using toast 9. How do I create a movie without burning to dvd but rather usb stick.
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Surely iMovie would be a better choice for this?

I don't recall Toast 9 very well but later editions of Toast allow you to save files without burning them.
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Yes, Toast is basically for(amongst other things) creating dvds from video clips that don't need to be edited. As Chas says, iMovie would probably be your best bet, where you can combine all your clips, and then edit/trim as required and then Export as a single movie file.
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