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imovie - importing images and video clips


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I'm making a presentation about something and I need to get images from the web. Can I import images to imovie directly from the web by just dragging? I tried...and got a message appeared that the image was being imported, but nothing happened.
Also, can I cut segments from a DVD and import them into imovie?
Thanks! I really appreciate any help!
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Can I import images to imovie directly from the web by just dragging?
Dont think so, think you need to save to desktop first then drag in.

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Also, can I cut segments from a DVD and import them into imovie?
Yip, rip the DVD to an mp4 file with media fork, then drag in to imovie and edit away
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