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Best way to make a video clip with just an image and a mp3?


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Hey Guys
I have an iMac with Snow Leopard. I have an EDM blog and months ago I tried to make a YouTube video. All I need the video to have is an image and a mp3. Some effects like fading in and out would be cool too but that seems like too much to ask iMovie.

I have been using my OLD @$$ Windows desktop to make these videos with Windows Movie Maker but I CANNOT seem to find an application that works and/or is simple enough. I like how you basically just drag and drop in WMM, and thats what I need. I have tried many many times in iMovie- unless I'm just doing it wrong.

A free application would be preferred unless I really need to buy it.

Any tips?
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iPhoto can do this, so can iMovie. >_>"

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Hm... I got a little bit further. I want the image to be on the screen for like 7 minutes- iMovie is saying it can't be on longer then 9 seconds. Any tips other then multiple sets of the same image?
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Hm... I got a little bit further. I want the image to be on the screen for like 7 minutes- iMovie is saying it can't be on longer then 9 seconds. Any tips other then multiple sets of the same image?



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iMovie is saying it can't be on longer then 9 seconds. Any tips other then multiple sets of the same image?
Copy and paste is the only answer, I believe.
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Greetings.

I hate to disagree ever so slightly, but the clip adjustment setting should be 7x60 secs - ie 420 to achieve the effect. I've tried it. It works!

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I hate to disagree ever so slightly, but the clip adjustment setting should be 7x60 secs - ie 420 to achieve the effect. I've tried it. It works!
Your right, it does. Thanks
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