"I deleted an iMovie project and empty trash on my Mac. Is there still a way to restore trashed iMovie files? I upgrade my Mac and reinstall iMovie, but my previous iMovie project disappear. How can I recover iMovie project?"
Mac users would like to use iMovie to create video and photo projects. However, there're several reasons that might cause the loss of iMovie files, such as deletion, iMovie application upgrading, application crash, virus infection, etc.
The easiest way to retrieve iMovie clips is to restore them from Trash. Or if you have the copies of your lost iMovie files or you have ever backed them up with Time Machine, you can easily restore iMovie projects from Time Machine. If you do not have a backup and cannot them from Trash, no worry, below is the highly recommended way to retrieve iMovie projects effectively.
The Best iMovie Recovery Tool for You
Recoverit for Mac is such a powerful tool that enables you to recover iMovie clips lost due to almost all circumstances. It only scans your Mac's hard drive to recover iMovie projects with original quality.
Why Choose This iMovie Recovery Software:
- Recover lost, deleted, trashed, formatted or corrupted iMovie projects
- Recover iMovie clips lost due to different reasons, such as deletion and software updating
- Recover iMovie files with original quality, including both videos and audios
- Fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.13 macOS High Sierra
Note: Due to the features of digital data, you'd better stop using the hard drive that used to store the lost iMovie projects to increase the possibility of recovery. If the lost iMovie projects are overwritten, you can hardly retrieve them.
How to Recover iMovie with the iMovie Data Recovery Software
Recoverit for Mac is a rather easy-to-use application that recovers your lost iMovie files within only 3 simple clicks. Follow the guide below to recover iMovie projects now.
Step 1. Select File Types to start iMovie recovery
If your iMovie projects were deleted, formatted or corrupted, please select the right file types to start.
Step 2. Scan the Drive/Volume that Your iMovie Files Were Lost from
You just need to select the volume/drive from which your iMovie files were lost and click the "Start" button to start scanning it. The scanning will no hard to your drive.
If you want a better scanning result, you can activate the "Deep Scan" option after the quick scanning process, but it takes longer time.
Step 3. Restore Trashed iMovie Files
After scanning, the found contents will be listed according to file structures. You can view the original name and file size to check whether your iMovie files can be recovered or not.
Then please select the found iMovie clips and click the "Recover" button to save them back to your Mac. Please choose another volume to keep them.