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iMovie has a limited ability to do this.

1. Select a clip or the entire movie in iMovie.
2. Right-click and choose "Video Adjustments."

You'll see your way from there. This will probably only give you minimal improvements, but its a start.

Photoshop Extended or some other more professional video programs may be needed to really help beyond that. Don't expect miracles, in short.
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