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Just have been trying to figure out a few things but have had no luck, hoping one of you could tell me.

1) How do I increase the volume of a certain clip of a piece of footage without raising the whole thing.

2) How do I make a dot on a video, like circle an object on the video etc
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I'll assume you are using iMovie 08 or 09...

I'm not sure there is a way to do number 1 without using a trick. That trick would be to split the clip once or twice to isolate the area of problem. Then apply volume changes to that.

There is a 'Normalize' audio function you could try, but I'm not sure if that will do what you want.

Number 2 also doesn't have a simple solution either. If you are using iM09, and maybe 08, you might be able to cheat by overlaying an image with transparency.

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