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iMovie: having two clips playing at the same time


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HI, so I want to make a music video where there are multiple clips running at the same time such as having the screen split into 4 quarters. how do I do this? cheers
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I don't think that's possible with iMovie. Final cut express can do that though.

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hey iZach

how do you do it in FCP?

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In FCP or FCE you'd load each clip onto a separate video track one under the other, then resize and reposition each track in the frame.

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cheers xstep

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