Currently Being ModeratedApr 2, 2013 12:57 PM (in response to sav2607)
I am having same problem but all the posts about this are a couple of years old. I have previously used imovie in the past with no problem (although now I am not sure if this is because I did not use the suspect titles) so am presuming this is because of system updates. I have an imac late 2008 running snow leopard 10.6.8. I have tried trashing the far far away from the resources contents folder too but it did not work for me. If you manage to fix this, please post.
Appreciate any help.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 4, 2013 10:43 AM (in response to jj7224)
Unfortunately nothing worked for me. All I ended up doing was creating new events and created a chapter or mini movie by copying and pasting from my original project (the one giving me the -50 error). From there I manually redid the music and titles.
After each mini movie was finished, I'd finalize that project before moving on to the next. I ended up having nine mini movies or chapters and put them into iDVD as I was using an '09 iMac at the time. From there I added all the movies into slideshow (in preferences unchecked the "scaled for TV option" so the movies would play together instead of returning to menu after each on finished and added the idividual movies to the main screen so it would be easy to pick an individual chapter.
It wouldn't have been a lot of work in the end (editing aside) if I had done this way to start but I didn't know I'd be posed with an error with no resolve.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 23, 2014 3:51 PM (in response to sav2607)
Yes. Same problem: scrolling down the Titling options immediately crashes iMovie 09. This really *****. And it's pathetic that Apple hasn't done anything or responded to this issue. Unfortunately, I can't upgrade from 10.6.8 right now, so I can't get the latest version of iMovie. But I shouldn't have to.
The product should work, the bugs should be fixed. It can't be that hard for a technician to look into this and poop out a solution!