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    Gunshot Effect with iMovie '09?
    How would you get a gunshot effect using iMovie '09?
    If you know of any good tutorials, or just from personal experience please tell me.
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    i havent had much experience with macs as hopefully i will get my own this weekend but from tutorials and experience on other software and macs, download a gunshot noise from soundtrack sites some free some not or record it from tv and then import it through adding audio and shorten it down to when the gun will fire but make sure you look at the clip over to make sure its right as i was out by a second and it looked odd.
    Hopefully this helps

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    just thought did you mean sound or screen effects.
    If its effects check out you tube as i know a lot of other software that can be used to make fire from the gun and bullet holes, try adobe after effects, but you will have to make the image of the hole or fire first and then edit on to each part to the film i.e. .1 of a second then .2 then .3 etc i think adobe cs4 does this aswell

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    casper, you do know that you can edit your messages, right? No need to post a second time.
    CameraTime - Time lapse photography for novice and advanced users.

    When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

    Please post your results to the thread as it is good feedback.

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    sorry about that xstep

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    Talking check out my vid
    YouTube - how to make a muzzle flash in imovie 09

    heres my tutorial! please subscribe for more!

    ps. i also have a cloning one!

    thanks!

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    roflcopter, nice video.
    CameraTime - Time lapse photography for novice and advanced users.

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