When you first open iMovie on your Mac, you are asked to update your existing iMovie projects and events. Once you have updated to iMovie, the copies of the original 'iMovie Events' and 'iMovie Projects' folders are left in place. You can easily delete these folders if you don't want to work with them in the previous version of iMovie. You can delete iMovie old libraries which are stored on your Mac and stored on an external hard drive. To delete iMovie libraries which are stored on your Mac, open 'Finder' on your Mac and choose 'Home' from the 'Go' menu. Open the Movies folder and find the 'iMovie Events' and 'iMovie Projects' folders and drag them to Trash. To delete iMovie libraries which are stored on an external hard drive, open 'Finder' on your Mac and then open your external hard drive. Find the 'iMovie Events' and 'iMovie Projects' folders and drag them to Trash. If you want to permanently remove them from the computer, then you can choose 'Empty Trash' from the Finder menu.
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