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    picture in picture video
    I need to get 2 streams onto the same screen at the same time.
    It's basically the forward shot and backwards shot from my drift car.

    I've got imovie HD but I can't see that this will allow me to do it..

    So what do I need to make this happen or can it be done in Imovie?
    First came a shuffle. Then an 8gb 3rd gen nano.
    Next a macbook.
    Then an Ipod Touch. And a Nikon D300. Not an Apple but gets used with the macbook

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    I don't recall iMHD having any PIP capability. Perhaps GeeThree has an ad-on; GeeThree: Products: Slick

    In iMovie 09 there is picture-in-picture, but it takes some trickery to do side-by-side images. In Final Cut (Express & Pro) this can be done rather easily.
    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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    Excellent.
    Thanks.
    First came a shuffle. Then an 8gb 3rd gen nano.
    Next a macbook.
    Then an Ipod Touch. And a Nikon D300. Not an Apple but gets used with the macbook

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    Quote Originally Posted by funfullness View Post
    If you have the money, get adobe software. They're stuff always has the latest features.
    For the OPs question, Apple's Final Cut Express applies and is less expensive.
    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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    1 problem.

    I've only got a macbook so no AGP card. That becomes a problem with final cut pro 7...
    First came a shuffle. Then an 8gb 3rd gen nano.
    Next a macbook.
    Then an Ipod Touch. And a Nikon D300. Not an Apple but gets used with the macbook

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    And actually having read your reply properly xstep. I'll try final cut express...
    First came a shuffle. Then an 8gb 3rd gen nano.
    Next a macbook.
    Then an Ipod Touch. And a Nikon D300. Not an Apple but gets used with the macbook

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