If iMovie ’08 and ’09 crashes… | Raoul Pop

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I’m posting part of Raoul Pop’s blog post: If iMovie ’08 crashes… | Raoul Pop. I’ve run into the same situation with iMovie ’09. As Raoul suggests, go to your home folder > Movies >iMovie Events and locate the folder with the last clips you imported. Delete the contents of the iMovie cache and iMovie Thumbnail folders, restart iMovie, and everything should work fine.

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