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Scrolling credits for Iphoto 09 slideshow


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I've created a slideshow in Iphoto 09 that I want to have scrolling credits at the end and possibly change the title slide. I've always just exported the slideshow then imported it into Imovie HD to add the credits. I am curious if there's a faster way to do this, and if there's any way to access the slideshow in Imovie '09. I can't find the exported slideshow in Imovie 09 for the life of me. Thanks!
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