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Add an image to the beginning of the video, e.g. one second splash screen or 0.1 second black/white screen. Make sure the image dimensions match the intended device dimensions. Video added after the image will conform to these dimensions. Change the initial image dimensions to export to other devices.


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You would need the iMovie 10 installed on your iMac. If you have a qualifying system and OS you get it for free, otherwise it is $15. Be aware that you might have 2 iMovies apps in your Application folder. The older ver9 and the newer one v10. Look for it. Apple shows it as supported (Canon VIXIA HF R600 Format: AVCHD / MPEG-4) in the iMovie 10 (but not ...


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If like me and the OP you did all of the work to create your preview only to find that you can't 'share' it as a preview because you did not start it as a preview then here is the answer. Start a 'New App Preview' then open your original project -> click in the timeline and select all (cmd + a) -> copy that (cmd + C) -> go to your empty app preview -> click ...


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Sometimes the "Video in wrong format" error has nothing to do with your video or format. It's THEIR server. I had a video that uploaded fine one day and got the ERROR : "Your app video preview is in the wrong format." I did everything I could to tweak, check, change, re-export etc etc to fix it - thinking that it was me. It wasn't. They have server ...


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Find the project file, then copy it and paste it into iCloud Drive in finder. Hope this helps.


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The audio ducking controls in iMovie 10 are in the adjustments bar under the sound tab. In the sound tab, there's a slider labeled "Lower volume of other clips" and this slider ranges from around 20% ducking to 100%. More about this in this tutorial video I made: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EChiImCZbno


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In order to join clips you will need to hold down shift and click on the two clips you want to join, making sure that both clips are highlighted in yellow (I am using iMovie on Yosemite). See attached photo.


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Split the audio from the video with Detach Audio (⌥ Alt⌘ CmdB), then you can re-time the video independently.


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You can't. Audio tracks are attached to a specific video clip. You can move them though: hold ⌥⌘ and click somewhere on the audio clip.


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The Trailers methodology was designed for brief (~1 minute) movies, and it provides lots of pre-designed visual and audio templates (background music, essentially) to help make the process simpler. These links may help: How to create iMovie 10 trailers, Apple's convert trailers to movies, and How to Create a Movie Trailer in iMovie.


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I found an apple discussion that seemingly answers your question: Question I went to the help menu and it instructs me to click an icon that doesn't appear. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Answer Yes I had this problem as well, I found out that you have to Drag the clip from EVENTS into your PROJECT. But when you do so, make sure that ...



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