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    iMovie slow in Mac

    I am trying to work in some project with the iMovie application in my Mac and I have imported some of the videos in my Camcorder and whenever I try to delete some from the application it just crashes or it just works very slow. Why it is like this? I am really annoyed to even work now as it is very slow and the response rate for the application is very low.

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    mahhiads Array
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    Re: iMovie slow in Mac

    Hello Friend,

    Just Follow Some Steps Are :


    >> Virus Problem : So Firstly Installed The Antivirus And Performed The Boot And Normal Scan

    >> iMovie Software Is Corrupted : So Uninstalled The iMovie And Restart The System

    >> After That Download The iMovie From The Apple Store

    >> And Installed In The System And Restart The System

    >> After That Access The Software And System Without Any Issue

    >> If Performance Not Increase Than Insert The External RAM For The Increasing The Performance Of System.

    I Hope That Info Is Usefully

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    ozvert Array
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    Re: iMovie slow in Mac

    Hello dear............
    Use efficient antivirus and clean the bugs in your Mac.........
    as they may reduce the speed of your Imovie app........
    and
    Update the app to latest version which increases efficiency and resets the app to factory settings......

    Hope you may understand...........

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    Paliyal79 Array
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    Re: iMovie slow in Mac

    Hi friend
    this problem can be occure because of the virus in that file or because of old version. To solve this problem, just follow these little steps-
    1. Firstly download the update version of good quality antivirus and scan the whole system.
    2. After that update the version of iMovie application.
    3. Then, restart the system.
    4. Now,run the app and enjoy it.
    All the best

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    luck Array
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    Re: iMovie slow in Mac

    Hello my dear Friend ...


    Follow the below steps carefully

    Definitely you will solve your issue


    Do not Let HD Spin down or else be turned OFF

    Make sure No other programs are running In Back Ground

    Minimum of 25 GB free space on Start Up Hard Disk

    Let Mac Run on Mains ... not just on the Battery itself



    Move Hard Disk that are not to be Used to Trash


    You must Disconnect it or Turn OFF

    Go to the Spotlight and then Set the rest of them under Integrity


    Set the Screen saver to a folder without any Photo

    So you make sure all the things are done


    Create a New User Account account For it

    Log in with the Credentials

    So after that you must Run the " iMovie "


    So now you can run iMovie as fast as new one

    That is it



    VERY GOOD LUCK

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    matamanju Array
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    Re: iMovie slow in Mac

    Hello Friend

    You have to remove the formatting or effects from the movie object.

    On the slide, click the movie that you want to change and then click the format Movie tab.

    Next under the Adjust click the reset button.

    or

    You will delete the movie and then add it again.

    click the movie that you want to delete and then press the Delete.

    To add the movie again do one of the following.

    Insert the Movie from a file.

    Insert a movie from the Movies folder. I Movie , iTunes or Photo Booth.


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    saicharan Array
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    Re: iMovie slow in Mac

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say................

    1.iMovie Application itself works some what slow.

    2.If it is crashing down totally then the problem is with the software.

    3.Some of the software files are corrupted.

    4.So you go to the website 'http://download.cnet.com/Apple-iMovi...70_4-7469.html'.

    5.From there you download the software and then install it.

    All the best...............

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