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I need help with using the electricity effect in iMovie HD, I don't want it fading in/out I just want to appear and disappear. Can someone please help me?
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I'm kind of guessing here since I don't want to mess with any of my projects.

If you want the affect to apply to just a small portion of a clip, I think you'll need to split the clip and apply the affect to the new clip. Split twice if you want it somewhere in the middle. Then set the 'Effect In/Out' values to zero.

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