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Ok so I just got my DV camera hooked up to my mac and can recordd with it and use it for a webcam and all.

What I'd like to do is record a clip and then make it smaller in size (view and size wise). How can I do this? I dont see anywhere in iMovie where you can do that, and I dont have QuickTime Pro.

Any help whould be much apreciated.

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get a program called cleaner it lets you do both
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