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    iMovie HD Question

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    iMovie HD Question
    Hello all.

    Newbie question for you.

    When I have imported video from my camera and completed my editing and burned my project - is the only way to delete the imported video from the hard drive by selecting the individual clips and putting them in the trash from within iMovie?

    Assuming that I don't want to keep the project and the imported video of course!! Anyone know where iMovie imports the original video footage to on the hard drive?

    Thanks in advance.

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    iMovie HD Question
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    If you are finished with the iMovie project. Just trash the project file. It contains everything, in the iMovie project.
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    iMovie HD Question

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    Quote Originally Posted by rman View Post
    If you are finished with the iMovie project. Just trash the project file. It contains everything, in the iMovie project.


    Ahhhhhh....excellent. So it will take all the video files too. Thanks. As a new Mac user and long time Windows user I am not used to everything being so easy!!

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    iMovie HD Question

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    yes. Embedded video files. A gift and a curse.

    A CURSE I TELLS YA!

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    Its not a real curse, because you can do a control click and then select show package contents. Then you look in the media folder for your video clips.
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