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Hi all,
I've loaded a huge amount of still images into iMovie. There actually M.R.I images of my daughters head. I want to remove the gaps between the images so the movie runs seamlessly. I cannot figure how to do this. Any help would be appreciated.

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Hi

It should be just a case of dragging the clips left (individually) in order to close up the gaps (when you are in timeline viewer).

It does seem strange that the gaps are there in the first place?????

Perhaps you can let us know how you imported them into iMovie in the first place.

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I just dragged them from finder
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Hi again

The more usual way is if they're in iPhoto, select the media/photos option in iMovie and drag them from there, but your way should be fine.

I'm stumped for an explanation. Perhaps someone wiser than me can shed some light on the issue...

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Can we get some info on: version of iMovie, version of OS X and what make/model Mac we're talking about?
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