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    Copying and pasting one project into another imovie 09
    This is my first post on here. I am somewhat new to Macs, I work at a school that uses them. We are starting up a video announcements group and I have a question?

    Everyday we have to say the pledge and what I have done is a voice over to a waving flag that pops in when we need it to.

    My problem is that I can't figure out how to take that project of the flag and be able to put it into the new daily project while still keeping the voice over.

    Any way to do this?

    We are using imovie 09

    Thank you

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    I would export it as a new video, and reimport that into an event. Then you just drag it into new projects as required.
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