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how do I change background, I have iMovie and Final Cut Pro


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I wanna become a game reviewer in future, I'd more take it as my hobby, not because of money.
I am foreign and my English is bad, so please don't mind.

How can I edit movie like that, for example if I am reviewing "The Simpsons" video game, so I could be like in the Simpsons room?
My question just is how do I chance background, I have iMovie and Final Cut Pro..
How should I use them?
Please help me,
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You could start in the resources section of the apple site for Final Cut Pro
Apple - Final Cut Studio - Resources

and here Final Cut Pro - Tutorials, Reviews, Techniques
Final Cut Studio

If you are going to use iMovie then:
Apple - iMovie - Make a movie on your Mac.
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