So I have an old camcorder in which I used to import all of the old footage into iMovie. In the early days, if you looked into the Package Contents of these folders, it showed .dv files. In the newer versions of iMovie, it just showed .mov files. I currently am paying for 200GB of iCloud storage space and have been playing around with iCloud Photo Library and the new Photos app. I really do enjoy how all of my photos/videos are available anywhere and very seamlessly. Since I don't do much editing of the old home videos and basically just want to be able to "watch" the videos, it seems pretty pointless keeping a lot of this footage in iMovie. For kicks, I took one of the .mov files (buried in my iMovie events folder structure) and dragged it into Photos app. Sure enough, it seems to play back fine and goes to my other devices as well. My question is - does this seem like a suitable workflow for enjoying home videos? Is anyone else considering using iCloud Photo Library as the primary "place" for home videos? It definitely makes since for current iPhone videos but I'm just wondering if anyone else is considering this for older home videos as well. It's a bit confusing whether I should be managing these files in iMovie, iTunes, or Photos. Again, I don't do much editing - just want to be able to enjoy watching the actual content. Thanks for any advice!