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Audio Adjustments in iMovie 10.0


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I happen to HATE the new iMovie as they've dumbed it down way to far IMO.

Anyway, I have two audio clips that are consecutive so for the first clip I do not want the audio to fade out although I can't seem to find an option that allows me to remove the audio fade out. Any ideas?


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ok, i figured it out. they have since added "fade handles" that you can drag -- that wasn't very intuitive
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I happen to HATE the new iMovie as they've dumbed it down way to far IMO.

Anyway, I have two audio clips that are consecutive so for the first clip I do not want the audio to fade out although I can't seem to find an option that allows me to remove the audio fade out. Any ideas?


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You can always go back to iMovie '09...look in your apps folder and you'll see a folder titled "iMovie '09." Open it and double click on the iMovie icon and it'll open up.
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thanks! didn't realize that
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No problem. I hate the new iMovie too. Took some searching before I found out you can go back to the old version.
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