Transfering iMovie?

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by ShadowHunter, Nov 26, 2003.

  1. ShadowHunter macrumors regular

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    Got a pre-switch question here..

    If I get an iBook, and edit something in iMovie or whatever, can I / how do I transfer what I made to a SuperDrive enabled Mac to make a DVD? Does that make sense?
     
  2. jxyama macrumors 68040

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    i think so. i haven't tried it, but when you start iMovie, you have to specify a folder to store all the movie related files.

    i imagine you can simply copy that folder to a superdrive machine and open iMovie/iDVD with it...
     
  3. ShadowHunter thread starter macrumors regular

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    Great, thanks.

    So they're stored like project files?
     
  4. jhmccoy macrumors newbie

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    transferring

    Here are some options:

    1. You can set-up a network using a crossover cable and then transfer the file over.

    2. You can probably use a firewire cable and use your ibook in a disk mode to transfer the files.

    3. You can transfer the movie back onto a minidv tape and then transfer it to the other computer.

    4. You can split your quicktime files into smaller segments (a lot of them) and burn them to CD-R.

    Hope this is useful.
     

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