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    Imovie 11 - File name appears on video

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    Imovie 11 - File name appears on video
    Hi Guys,
    ive got to export about 30 movies for a client and when i export via Imovie 11,
    all the videos display the file name for the first 3 seconds of the video.
    how can i remove this?
    ive looked all through preferences etc and have no idea
    Thanks in advance.
    Ken

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    Imovie 11 - File name appears on video

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    iMovie title appears
    This looks to be a major flaw. Why did anyone think it was a good idea? I'm re-loading the video back into FCP and will redo the title sequence. Mac - nice packaging, shame about the software.

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    Imovie 11 - File name appears on video
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    Never heard of that before. It's certainly never happened to me.

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    Imovie 11 - File name appears on video
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    This is not a feature in iMovie -- it's not even possible in fact without you manually adding this information.

    Try checking the footage in another program (QuickTime Player, VLC etc). It could be that the camera burned that info on your footage (this would be a setting on the camera that can be turned off). If not, have a look at your Universal Access settings, you may be having an "overlay" come on (not on the actual footage) for identification purposes for those with disabilities.

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    Imovie 11 - File name appears on video

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    Disable automatic content
    Click on Window, Movie Properties, Settings, and finally make sure automatic content is deselected. This should ensure the file name does not appear in the first few seconds of the video.

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    Imovie 11 - File name appears on video
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    Quote Originally Posted by KenbottFACE View Post
    Hi Guys,
    ive got to export about 30 movies for a client and when i export via Imovie 11,
    all the videos display the file name for the first 3 seconds of the video.
    how can i remove this?
    ive looked all through preferences etc and have no idea
    Thanks in advance.
    Ken
    Unless you put the name at the front of the movie yourself. It is QuickTime or VLC (or what ever video program your using) displaying the file name for the first few seconds. So unless you want to run to your clients house and turn off his settings. I wouldn't worry about it. Its not your doing.

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    Imovie 11 - File name appears on video
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    Quote Originally Posted by chas_m View Post
    This is not a feature in iMovie -- it's not even possible in fact without you manually adding this information.

    Try checking the footage in another program (QuickTime Player, VLC etc). It could be that the camera burned that info on your footage (this would be a setting on the camera that can be turned off). If not, have a look at your Universal Access settings, you may be having an "overlay" come on (not on the actual footage) for identification purposes for those with disabilities.
    Chas makes a point I overlooked. Check the raw footage and make sure the camera didn't burn in a filename or even a date stamp.. But being you mentioned only first 30 seconds, more then likely its just the media player you, he or she is using to display the file. All mine do it. Its annoying, but I dont bother changing it.

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