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    Simple iMovie question
    In iMovie, I want to have a still image throughout the entire movie while a song plays. Pretty much exactly like this video:

    YouTube - Deadmau5 - Not Exactly

    How can I achieve that? I can only make the clip 4 seconds long...
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    ASSUMING iMovie 08/09, you click to hi-lite the image, select the Window menu and choose Clip Adjustments. You then change the Duration field to something like 1:50:00 for a song length of 1 minute, 50 seconds.

    By the way, those single image videos are BORING. I get that someone wants to hi-lite the audio, but I keep waiting for something interesting to occur. Total let down.
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