If you want to backup video project in iMovie 10, you need a Mac formatted external hard drive for flash drive. First you need to format your backup for Mac and then save a project in iMovie 10. To do so, you need a large amount of storage space. To learn how to backup video project in iMovie 10, check out the steps given below.
Following are the steps to Backup Video Project in iMovie 10:
Quick Tip to ensure your videos never go missing
- Click "Magnifying glass" icon located at the top right corner to use Spotlight search feature.
- Select "Disk Utility".
- Click on hard drive or flash drive.
- Click "Erase" button located at the top of the box.
- Click of Format and select "ExFat" from drop down menu. When you choose "ExFat", you can save both Mac and PC projects.
- Enter the name for your backup.
- Click "Erase" located at the bottom of the box.
- Click "Erase" button to confirm it.
- Open "iMovie" to save a project in iMovie 10.
- Click on Project.
- Click "File" tab and select "Copy Event to Library" option.
- Select "New Library" option.
- Select "External hard drive" option.
- This is how you can backup video project in iMovie 10.
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