Hi, Guys. I upload videos from my Flip UltraHD to iPhoto. It's the way I've always done it. But only recently started to use iMovie to produce videos. I have run into a problem. Yes, I shouldn't do it this way but I'm an idiot and can't redo (No time!) 77 videos. I'm running iMovie 8.0.6 and iPhoto 8.1.2. The problem is if I import a video into iPhoto and then allow the thumb nail to be generated in iMovie...and I want to get rid of the video because of a bad cut (usually stuttering on my part) I run into a problem. I delete the video from iPhoto. I reshoot and then I then upload the new video. Tt shows the old video thumb nail with the old audio, but shows the new video. HELP! Do you suppose it's because the Flip always generates movies with the name 0001 (And 0002 and so on) and iMovie/iPhoto sees the same file names and associates them together? This bug doesn't occur if the 0001 video is imported on a different day since I have tons of 0001 named videos that haven't had this problem. Since I delete the videos off of the Flip after each use like the rest of humanity...each new movie then begins as 0001. If that's the case is it safe to just drag-n-drop the video from the Flip onto the HD and rename it so this doesn't happen again? Each time it does happen I have to copy my back-up photo library and movies folder back to the HD to "wipe" the programs clean of this bug.