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Hi, i am trying to get the seconds to display in my video playback in iMovie. i have changed the preferences to HH:MM:SS:FF, and now it displays time i.e. 17:15, and the date i.e. 8 November 2012, but still no seconds, can anyone point me in the right direction?
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