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    Smile software to use!?
    Dear all,

    I need to compose a serie of about 50 pictures with different entries (possibly), 2 pieces of songs and modify the volume of them, and to add some text in between.
    The result should come up like a video thing.

    Which software freeware do you suggest to better use?

    thanks to everybody

    anToneLLa

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    Sounds like a very simple job, i would just use imovie

    if you want to go a bit more complex then use Final Cut Express

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    are you telling me that with iMovie I can cut pieces of music and add text also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by compiob View Post
    are you telling me that with iMovie I can cut pieces of music and add text also?
    Yes, iMovie can do all of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by compiob View Post
    are you telling me that with iMovie I can cut pieces of music and add text also?
    Yes easily. They have video tutorials on the Apple website (www.apple.com)

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    Try Mac 101 on www.apple.com

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    I had to do a movie project at work the other day including text and music, found out I could give everybody else at work the (false) impression I was a movie guru using one mornings practice and research

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    I've used iMovie so much, if anyone needs tutorials ask me. I use it almost every day.

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    Can I rotate a movie clip?
    Quote Originally Posted by KeithTeeple View Post
    I've used iMovie so much, if anyone needs tutorials ask me. I use it almost every day.
    Hi KeithTeeple, wonder if you can help. I recorded a short video clip on my camera and imported it into iMovie. The clip needs to be rotated 90 degrees. I've downloaded a plug-in called Turn Clip which is supposed to do this (I use iMovie HD on an iBook G4 under Tiger) but I can't figure out how to make it work. Can you help? Thanks.

    Later: sorry, I should have been more persistent, I've just worked it out myself.

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