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How to speed up a .mov file in iMovie '09?


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I can't do it for some reason... The clips i want to speed up are long, (about an hour) would that have anything to do with it? But anyway, I saw this one guide that says iMovie may have to convert the clip before you can speed it up, but I don't even have the option to do that. Would a screencap help?

Here's one if you need it;

http://i299.photobucket.com/albums/m.../screencap.png

I'd really appreciate some help.
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No, if the clip is already playable in iMovie, then all you have to do is select it, open the video inspector ("v" key as a shortcut), choose "Clip" and set the speed.

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It didn't work.

I still couldn't get it to show up. It'll play, but I can't get the speed adjustment bar to show up. D:

See?

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You are looking at clips in your EVENT library. You will only get the window I posted when you are actually editing a PROJECT.
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.....I apologize. I completely forgot about that.

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