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iMovie will not work?


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Everytime I open up iMovie this is what comes up:



It never loads this clip and I cannot do anything else in iMovie. I've force quited but yet it is still up there everytime I open iMovie. I have many project I'm working on in iMovie and I can now not get to any of them because of this. How can I get this to go away?
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https://discussions.apple.com/thread...art=0&tstart=0

Read the very first reply in this thread. See if that fixes it. Let us know.
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I looked over it but I don't really get what they're trying to have me do. I went to the iMovie Projects folder in the Finder and then deleted the project that I was trying to import the file into but it still doesn't work. I don't get what they're talking about when they say "let iMovie import the remainder of your projects after you pull out the folder that's causing the problem." So frustrating, I'm going to end of losing all of my projects by looks of this. Is there any way to just install a new iMovie and start over? Or can you better explain what they're trying to say because I don't get it at all.
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