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Brand new to iMovie on my macbook pro.
I transferred a 70 minute HD clip from my camcorder onto desktop. Having come thru imovie, the clip is 10.2 GB, too large even for Pando Pro. How do I split this into smaller units so that Pando Pro will transport it? Thanks, Gordon
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You could try duplicating the project then deleting half or whatever portions from each project.
I'm not on my mac right now but I am sure that you will find the 'duplicate project' command under File in iMovie or just search for it in Help.
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