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I finally managed to pin my sound track and video clips together but now the clips are messed up. They've been slowed down and I can't figure out how to return them to their normal speed. Can someone help? Try to keep the explanation simple please, as I'm not that tech-savvy.
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Is it your computer lagging or the actual video speed reduced? What type of mac do you have?
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A Mac OS X. I don't think it's the computer. I'm not sure what it is. The music plays but it's like the video is slowed down. Like I can see every frame as it plays. Sorta like slo-mo.
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Yes I've experienced the problem it could be the video card or lack of ram. What type of Mac is it?
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What video type/format are you trying to play?
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I have a Mac OS X. I don't think it's my computer, though. My videos usually work fine; it's only in the editing phase that it's become an issue. I'm not sure but I think the problem occurred after removed the original audio and applied a song track. Though I'm not sure why that would cause a problem. I might go back and undo that and see if there's a difference and check to see if it's a problem in the imported file.
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I just tested it and the video is fine when viewed on my desktop in Quiktime and when I view it on my iTunes list. So it appears to be a problem with iMovie.
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Double click on a clip in a Project to open the Clip Inspector. You can adjust the clip speed there.
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