If you want to send you videos to your computer, then save them to the photo library from 'iMovie Theater' and then import them to your computer using iPhoto or Photos app. If you have an iCloud account set up, then you can also save your videos to iCloud Drive and then download then to your computer.
To save iMovie videos to the photo library, open "iMovie" on your iPhone and tap video clip which you want to save from the "Projects" browser or "Theater". Tap "Share" button and then tap "Save Video" button. You will be prompted to tap the size you want to export. If you select "Medium" size, then it will produce a smaller file that uploads to the web more quickly. If you select "HD" then it produces a larger file that is great for viewing on a Mac. Once you have finished video export, your video appears in the photo library. You can easily access the photo library from the "Photos" app on your device.
When you connect your iPhone to your Mac computer, you can import videos to iPhoto on your Mac computer.
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