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What version of iMove are you running?
Ok - what's the issue when you are trying to export?
If you have FCP you can try the following workaround:
Press Command+E to Share as a Master File (default) from FCP, then drop the resulting file into Compressor. Set up your encoding as normal and Submit Batch.
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Take the video you've downloaded or the video you've uploaded from your device, open it first in QuickTime movie player, click "file" and then click "export" to desktop. Start a new project on iMovie to test the iMovie exporting works now, Import this exported video to your iMovie project and as usual click "Share" then to "file"
The bad news: iMovie will recognise your project currently as corrupted so you will have to start a new project but I guarantee you this will work
im 100% positive this will work.
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