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Hey everyone,

My name is Mark and im new to this posting stuff so be gentle.

I have a question. I'm always recording videos on my phone and digital camera. Is there a program I can use to put music behind or subtitles. Windows movie maker used to be good until I shifted to the Mac-Side.

I basically want to import them to a program and put music behind as a kind of bed, then upload to youtube or myspace etc.

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you can use iMovie.

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Hi Mark.

Welcome to the forums.

As PowerBookG4 said iMovie will work great for you. You'll find it to be very straight forward.
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Yea use imovie, after you upload the the video to your mac just open imovie import the clip, place clip in timeline add music to second line in the timeline, then export or share to quicktime. That's all it takes.
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