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Folks,

I've been using imovie for about 6 months now (I am a recent mac switcher) and I think it's great for my home movies. One thing bugs me: the video transitions. I am able to preview the effect, but I can not apply it. Is that because my MacBook is not up to it? If not, how do I apply some of these effects?

Any advice is much appreciated.

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iMovie - Adding Transitions

Taken from: iLife '06 - Multimedia Tutorials on Apple's website.

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Thanks for quick answer.

The tutorials are very helpful.
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