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Automatically add transitions?


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Hey guys, I have a pretty old version of iMovie in my mac (from iLife '06). It's iMovie HD and I was wondering how to add transitions automatically. I have like a hundred videos stringed together but I seriously don't wanna add all the transitions in between manually. Please help. Thanks!

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