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Hi there,

I am trying to make a movie trailer using imovie but cant link to folders i have created on my desktop in order to use these images and videos in the trailer i am trying to make.

basically, i made a folder on my desktop, i filled this with the images i want to use but when i open imovie i cant link to this folder.
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Once in imovie....click on file and scroll down to import movies...you will have an option from camera or existing files....yours will be on the desktop in your folder...the pics you can just drag in to the timeline....
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Yes, the movie/photos need to be imported into iMovie first, in order to make the trailer.
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You use iDVD which you should have on your mac and use a DVD-R disc which will make it playble on most other DVD players.
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With the help of some tools,you can just embed the flash file into the powerpoint directly.
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With the help of some tools,you can just embed the flash file into the powerpoint directly.
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Hey, beenatem. Are you in the right topic?
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