2. Locate your plug-ins folder (if you need help with that see #3). Inside the plug-ins folder look for the demo plug-ins -- all the BKMS demo plug-ins have names which start with "BKMS" and end with either "Demo.bundle", "Demo", "Demo PPC" depending upon which version of iMovie you're running. Just drag the plug-ins out of the folder and they will be gone from iMovie.
3. In iMovie 3.0.3 and later user-installed plug-ins are stored in the user's home directory. To be exact they are in "YourComputer/Users/You/Library/iMovie/Plug-ins", substituting the correct titles for YourComputer and You.
The Apple plug-ins are stored inside the iMovie application bundle and if you are going to try moving them be very careful.
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6. Because the EU says that the VAT rate is determined by the billing address of the credit card used in the purchase. Since that information is unknown until purchase time and the rate can vary in different jurisdictions, we cannot include the VAT in our prices.
For versions from 3.0.3 to iMovie HD (iMovie 5): to define the target, select Circle Fade Targetable in the transition list then click in the small preview screen, the cursor should change to crosshairs, then click where you want the target to be.
For iMovie HD 6, just click on the image, you will see a gold coloured spot, that is the target. To select a differnt target, lcick another spot on the screen.
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