Currently Being ModeratedFeb 20, 2013 6:33 AM (in response to willoP)
What kind of mpeg files?
iMovie 9 tutorials:
and also these:
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 21, 2013 8:35 AM (in response to Klaus1)
didnt find out from my friend what camera it was, but new it was an old one so guessed it was a format not accepted
so downloaded this app called 'any video converter' and then changed the formatt! worked straight away!
thanks for the help, appreicated
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 21, 2013 10:55 AM (in response to willoP)
I have the following situation:
Our soccer coach took another job, but had created all kinds of iMovie projects on his MBP. This was his own personal laptop, and we wanted the information transferred onto a school-owned Mac. Tech copied the Movies folder under his user account to an external drive. This folder contains all of the projects and events for the soccer season.
Copied the Movies folder to the Public folder of the local administrator's account on the destination computer. Tech adjusted the permissions for everyone to read-write, and applied permissions to all contents within.
The problem is that from Finder, you can see all of the files - the .MOV files in the events folder, and you can see the projects thumbnails. Double clicking on a project file opens iMovie, but nothing happens - iMovie opens with a blank project.
When clicking on File --> import movies... you can see the project names, but they are all greyed out. The events will import fine, but the projects will not.
I need help with this - i'm a novice at iMovie, and would like to get this situaion resolved.