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Adjusting exposure in iMovie 10.0.2


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How can I manually adjust a clip in iMovie 10.0.2? I can't find Levels or even a Brightness/Darkness control. Thanks in advance for the help!
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I eventually called Apple and they gave me the answer. Click on the clip, click on Adjust on the upper right corner, click on the Palette that says Color Correction and adjust the sliders. Worked like a charm.
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