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iMovie Title problems

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I am learning to use iMovie. I am using my latest holiday photos to make my first slideshow movie with a good result. I can't work out why the program lets me use the animated text over my photo's but when i play the movie back it shuts down due to an "error". Once i replace the animated text with still text it works with no problems................. has anyone else had this problem?
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