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I am making a National History Day documentary in imovie. All of the visual content in the movie is pictures: because our topic is so old, there are no film clips to go in the movie. I put a few pictures in as "placeholders" so we could record the script and then go back in and add pictures later. However, there seems to be no way for me to take them out without also deleting the audio. How can I remove only the picture from imovie without changing the rest of it? Thanks for the help, I am a new mac owner!
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Which version of iMovie are you using?

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'08 my bad
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I looked at iMovie '08 and don't see any way to do what you are asking. I know you can do it in iMovie HD (6.0.3).

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