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iPhone to iMovie help!

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Hi everyone,

I take videos on my iPhone 3GS and then email them to myself so that I can view them later and this one video in particular that I took, was taken at night with very little lighting and I am looking for ways to brighten it up a bit.

I know that iMovie has a brightness/contrast option but whenever I import the .MOV file into iMovie, it automatically gets resized and stretches out the video horizontally, which makes it even harder to see on top of the dim lighting. Any ways to fix this?

Also, any advice as to how to brighten up the video a bit (other than the method mentioned above) would be very much appreciated!

Thank you!
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