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I apologize if this is a really stupid question, I only recently switched to a mac from a PC and started using iMovie.

I have already started this project in iMovie and I am approaching the home stretch so I'd prefer not to switch software. I would like to end my video with the introduction of a couple people, so I would like to be able display their picture on one side of the screen and have their credentials scroll on the other side.

Unfortunately the picture I have of these people are all "vertical" pictures, to I can not seem to make the green-screen effect work for my needs. I think I could do the effect if I could create an image that was actually the original image next to itself, but I don't know how to do that on a mac. On my old computer, a PC I would have just done that in the Paint application.

Any ideas how I can do this effect (picture on one side, scrolling text on the other with "vertical" pictures)? Thanks
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You play some tricks with the scrolling text and picture-in-picture option.

I created some scrolling text and placed the name on the left side only. I cut the other text on the right side. I hit the return key several times between name entries and the 'Starring' text too. I then placed images over the video and choose the picture-in-picture mode when the popup came up, and sized and placed the picture appropriately. For each image and set a time of 2 seconds and Dissolve PIP effect and also to use a shadow. I was also able to do some limited cropping.

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...a PC I would have just done that in the Paint application.
If you need a Paint alternative, you can use the free Gimp or Paintbrush to accomplish anything you would with Paint.
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