Video editor for Yosemite?


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I have VideoPad but it completely screws up the final product more often than it works right. On my friends Windows 7 computer it works great.
I tried Movavi too and didn't like it.
Any suggestions of what to try next?
I need something that allows cutting out portions and inserting pictures/drawing. Other than that I don't need anything fancy.
My laptop is 2008 Macbook Pro.
thanks
 
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No, iMovie for Mac requires macOS 10.14.6 or later, 2GB of RAM (4GB recommended), an OpenCL-capable graphics card, and a display with 1280-by-800 resolution or higher.
 
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Your Mac should have come with a version of iMovie already installed as part of the iLife08 software package.
 
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2008 Macbook Pro doesn't have the necessary specs to run iMovie.
 
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It does for the version that came with iLife08, ie, iMovie6HD and it will also run iMovie11(v9), if you can get it, very well.
 
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