Currently Being ModeratedApr 29, 2012 2:21 AM (in response to peterpatter)
Finder don't do that - And that's WHY - one must not change, alter or move any folder named
• iMovie Event's - or -
• iMovie Project's
All changes and Copying - MUST be don within iMovie Application - else connections will break resulting in fails hard to impossibly to be mended.
If You done so - try to (While iMovie IS NOT running - restore folders and files and do thes actions within iMovie - if by any chance it finds all and behaves.
NO - there are no automatic function that gather and trace all missing parts as in FinalCut Pro (FCP-X I don't know)
Currently Being ModeratedApr 29, 2012 5:10 AM (in response to peterpatter)
To create an MOV or M4V file, you must use the SHARE menu of iMovie.
You can SHARE/iTUNES - goes to iTunes.
You can SHARE/MEDIA BROWSER - the movie is stored in the Project package for use by other iLife and iWork apps. If you need this file in an emergency, you can select the .rcproject file in the Finder and right-click/SHOW PACKAGE CONTENTS. Then navigate to the Movies folder of the package. Avoid this method if possible, because you don't want to risk corrupting your project.
You can SHARE/MOVIE and specify where in the Finder the finished movie is to be stored.
You can SHARE/EXPORT USING QUICKTIME and specify the location as well as tweak the settings.