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    Having fun with iMovie(need advice)
    I recently started messing around with imovie. I have to admit, it's a great newbie program. However, i am finding that it is difficult to do things at times such as decreasing the audio of the surround track at point A and also increase the Video audio at point A. I want to do this so i can hear my video audio over soundtrack. Also i found that you cannot fade soundtrack or video audio off and then back to on. If there is a way, please help me!!!

    One last thing, if i like creating short clips of random things, but with special effects and as entertaining as possible, what would be a good way to learn in the right order of difficulty? Any good websites that you all found to be useful?

    Thanks, bush

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    I'm assuming iMovie 08 or 09. You really need to specify such things.

    Type the word duck in the Help menu of iMovie.

    Apple has some tutorials which you can get to via the iMovie Help menu. YouTube and sites like it has tutorials made by people like you and I.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by xstep View Post
    I'm assuming iMovie 08 or 09. You really need to specify such things.

    Type the word duck in the Help menu of iMovie.

    Apple has some tutorials which you can get to via the iMovie Help menu. YouTube and sites like it has tutorials made by people like you and I.
    Thank you for the suggestions.i tried searching thru spotlight but no luck =[ As far as iknow it is imovie09

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwookie View Post
    As far as iknow it is imovie09
    That isn't an acceptable answer. User the 'About iMovie' under the iMovie menu.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by xstep View Post
    That isn't an acceptable answer. User the 'About iMovie' under the iMovie menu.
    09 v8.0.6

    thanks for helping a wookie out

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