iMovieVSS
iMovieVSS
1.1

0.0

iMovieVSS free download for Mac

iMovieVSS

1.1
21 February 2003

iMovie video standard switcher (NTSC/PAL).

Overview

iMovieVSS allows you to change the default video standard settings (NTSC/PAL) of iMovie 3.

What's new in iMovieVSS

Version 1.1:
  • Revised: Minor code corrections

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4 iMovieVSS Reviews

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chrisB
05 February 2003

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Some users reported the following Applescript Error "Can't make items 1 thru -2 of {} into a string. (-1700)". In most cases this AppleScript error appears when iMovieVSS was unable to find the iMovie.app file. This may happen because the locate database was not yet rebuilt after iMovie 3 was installed. Normally the locate datebase will be updated at 4:30 am every Saturday morning (if your Mac is switched on!). But it is also possible to manually update the locate database with the terminal (sudo /usr/libexec/locate.updatedb) or you can run the "Weekly" task with MacJanitor which can be found at http://personalpages.tds.net/~brian_hill/macjanitor.html. This issue will be addressed in the next release of iMovieVSS.
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Version 1.0b
chrisB
05 February 2003
Some users reported the following Applescript Error "Can't make items 1 thru -2 of {} into a string. (-1700)". In most cases this AppleScript error appears when iMovieVSS was unable to find the iMovie.app file. This may happen because the locate database was not yet rebuilt after iMovie 3 was installed. Normally the locate datebase will be updated at 4:30 am every Saturday morning (if your Mac is switched on!). But it is also possible to manually update the locate database with the terminal (sudo /usr/libexec/locate.updatedb) or you can run the "Weekly" task with MacJanitor which can be found at http://personalpages.tds.net/~brian_hill/macjanitor.html. This issue will be addressed in the next release of iMovieVSS.
Like (1)
Version 1.0b
chrisB
05 February 2003
Some users reported the following Applescript Error "Can't make items 1 thru -2 of {} into a string. (-1700)". In most cases this AppleScript error appears when iMovieVSS was unable to find the iMovie.app file. This may happen because the locate database was not yet rebuilt after iMovie 3 was installed. Normally the locate datebase will be updated at 4:30 am every Saturday morning (if your Mac is switched on!). But it is also possible to manually update the locate database with the terminal (sudo /usr/libexec/locate.updatedb) or you can run the "Weekly" task with MacJanitor which can be found at http://personalpages.tds.net/~brian_hill/macjanitor.html. This issue will be addressed in the next release of iMovieVSS.
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Version 1.0b
chrisB
05 February 2003
Some users reported the following Applescript Error "Can't make items 1 thru -2 of {} into a string. (-1700)". In most cases this ApplesSript error appears when iMovieVSS was unable to find the iMovie.app file. This may happen because the locate database was not yet rebuilt after iMovie 3 was installed. Normally the locate datebase will be updated at 4:30 am every Saturday morning (if your Mac is switched on!). But it is also possible to manually update the locate database with the terminal (sudo /usr/libexec/locate.updatedb) or you can run the "Weekly" task with MacJanitor which can be found at http://personalpages.tds.net/~brian_hill/macjanitor.html. This issue will be addressed in the next release of iMovieVSS. - Chris (MacParc)
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Version 1.0b
chrisB
05 February 2003
Some users reported the following Applescript Error "Can't make items 1 thru -2 of {} into a string. (-1700)". In most cases this ApplesSript error appears when iMovieVSS was unable to find the iMovie.app file. This may happen because the locate database was not yet rebuilt after iMovie 3 was installed. Normally the locate datebase will be updated at 4:30 am every Saturday morning (if your Mac is switched on!). But it is also possible to manually update the locate database with the terminal (sudo /usr/libexec/locate.updatedb) or you can run the "Weekly" task with MacJanitor which can be found at http://personalpages.tds.net/~brian_hill/macjanitor.html. This issue will be addressed in the next release of iMovieVSS. - Chris (MacParc)
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Version 1.0b