|Mar 20, 2012, 07:25 PM||#1|
I have this annoying glitch or bug that brings back deleted audio clips. Mainly with voice overs.
Checkout this video I made that shows this glitch in action!
After I made the video I was able to get two more takes before it started happening again.
Any ideas about how to fix this?
|Mar 23, 2012, 08:39 PM||#2|
If you have tried force quitting iMovie, and you have restarted your computer, try opening up a new finder window and go to [Your Home Folder]/Libary/Preferences] and delete all the files that start with "com.apple.iMovie". Don't worry about deleting these files, iMovie will regenerate them automatically.
Note: You can also always drag the old files back from the trash into the Preference folder.
There is also a video tutorial on how to do this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXwRG-xZFyU
Visit my website for more iMovie Tutorials and Tips: http://www.imoviehowto.com
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