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I am working with imovie for the first time. All has gone well until I start changing the seconds and transitions on the pictures I have imported> Not too many minutes go by, then the computer closes the program without my permission, I am now trying to save as I go, But I have lost a lot of work. Do I need to always be rebooting my computer? That is such a windows move. I thougt I was past that

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Try repairing permissions from Disk Utility. That usually clears up oddities and program shut downs.

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Try repairing permissions from Disk Utility. That usually clears up oddities and program shut downs.

Hey - Thanks so much for advise. However, it still continues to randomly shut down. Oh well, I will just save my work more often.
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