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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?

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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.

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Excellent.
Thanks.

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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.

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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...

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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.
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Then an Ipod Touch. And a Nikon D300. Not an Apple but gets used with the macbook
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