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iMovie 11 Text Question


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I'm making a imovie of all my sons tball hits from this season.

I'm using text to add the date, opponnent, and hit# at the bottom, so I am aware of the text function at a basic level.

However, on one hit, I want to put a small pop-up text above a fielders name. Keep in mind I've already got one text template at the bottom of the clip. Is there a way to add "Free Text"?
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