Hi, with having iPhones, iPads etc now dont use my iMac very often apart from photo's, this xmas spent some time getting everything updated and now i find myself in \"no mans land\". Mac is early 2009 so latest OS is El Capitan, iMovie was 9.0.9 but was forever frustrated i could no longer see photos library (not iPhoto), so did the update to El Capitan hoping this and moving to iMovie 10.1.6 would fix to only find the App store doesn't give me an update option to 10.1.6.
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my niece was having the same issue, if you download and install SoundFlower ( this allows you to record internal audio in quicktime) then change your sound settings output AND Input to Soundflower (2ch) open QT, select New Screen Record, next to the record button there is an arrow, click and select SoundFlower(2ch) record full screen, and then open imovie, and playback at full screen. be sure to set the volume to only 30% or so otherwise you will get an Echo.after the record, change you system sound setting back to Internal ( otherwise you wont hear anything) and the in QuickTime go to Edit>Trim and trim off the top and end that you dont want of the set up. this was the work around I got to work for her. 1e1e36bf2d