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HELP! How Do I insert a picture or frame into my movie???


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ok im on Imovie....how would i insert a random picture in the middle of my movie?

say i want to add a frame of a black screen with text on it
or say i want to add a specific still picture into my movie.

how would i do this??
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ok im on Imovie....how would i insert a random picture in the middle of my movie?

say i want to add a frame of a black screen with text on it
or say i want to add a specific still picture into my movie.

how would i do this??
Just drag the image into iMovie - not hard.
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Just drag the image into iMovie - not hard.
oh wow ok it was very simple!

so after i drag the picture in there...how do i make it so that u can still hear me talking? is there a way to overlay my original audio with the picture?
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oh wow ok it was very simple!

so after i drag the picture in there...how do i make it so that u can still hear me talking? is there a way to overlay my original audio with the picture?
Picture in the video layer

Voice in the audio layer

hey presto, easy peasy
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Picture in the video layer

Voice in the audio layer

hey presto, easy peasy
Yes but maybe he means iMovie '08?. Just drag 'n' drop, as per Apple norm.
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I dont think you can do this in the new iMovie, Apple has iMovie HD for download if you bought the new one. Try using it.

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Yes but maybe he means iMovie '08?. Just drag 'n' drop, as per Apple norm.

i bought my macbook in 07...
does that make a diff?
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I dont think you can do this in the new iMovie, Apple has iMovie HD for download if you bought the new one. Try using it.

i have imovie from 07...
all i want to do is something like this

(sorry for the really really poor example but it demonstrates what im trying to do pretty well)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYQp48VVsSM

^^ if you look at this video it has still pictures mixed with video, but all throughout the video you still have audio..

how would i make it so that i can see the pictures but still hear audio overlayed with the picture??

is that possible on imovie 07?
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I dont think you can do this in the new iMovie, Apple has iMovie HD for download if you bought the new one. Try using it.
Yes you can, because I have done it personally.

Thinking it isn't possible, is a *LONG* way from knowing so.
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