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iMovie frames transfer to iPhoto


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mikey12y

 
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Hey there I just got a macbook and I was wondering I took a video and i was looking to take certain frames and turn them into pictures. Meaning transferring the frame into iPhoto. Does anyone know how to on the new updated software? I've tried looking on google but they were all for the older versions of iMovie.
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