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Here is a script by maeks84 which does the same for iPhoto that might help you with accomplishing the same for iMovie (need to post as answer due to the length). Code inserted in case it ever goes down.. --maeks84@gmail.com --http://maeks84.wordpress.com property libraryPath : "Macintosh HD:Users:Path:to:iPhoto Library" --Determine if iPhoto is open and ...


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The DV format files are in a format designed in 1995, the compression of video has gotten, ahem, a bit better in the ensuing 20 years. That is why the file size looks so big. It is big. .dv is a compressed format, but the audio remains uncompressed. What you need to do is go through the manual of the camcorder that shot the video (or something similar) and ...


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Use the paste adjustments tool. Here is a quick video on how to use it. You're right, it will save you A LOT of time. http://youtu.be/kYWsFwBLNHY


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Once you find the specific folder/file location of the project files, use the Import tool to add those files to a new event.


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This should do the trick : In Finder : Right click on the App => View Package Contents Open Contents/MacOS/iMovie HD


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I was struggling with this yesterday, and happened upon this link, which explains how to make it do what you want (at least, it worked for me :) ) http://macmost.com/creating-professional-end-credits-in-imovie.html edit: The technique described at that link is simple: Add a "scrolling credits" title thingy to your video Select all the text in in and ...


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Not sure if anyone is still looking for the answer to this but as far as yosemite is concerned these answers are wrong. You simply drag the clip or movie into the timeline as normal and click either the entire clip or section that you want and then you click on enhance. Once you do that you now make sure to click on the video camera icon and the option for ...


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I don't have much experience with iMovie, but I would suggest exporting your video, then uploading it to YouTube. In the past I have used inbuilt uploading mechanics and they don't tend to be the most reliable of things.



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