iMovie '08 Woes

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  1. baitnicart

    baitnicart Member

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    Hi All..

    Please Help..

    I'm doing this project on iMovie '08 and I'm in a bit of a bind.
    I have this shot of sunrise/sunset set in slow frame. I need the shoot to be done in only 10 secs, but the clip is about a minute..

    Question: how do I adjust the speed of frames in the clips??

    Please, please, please.. HELP

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. banksxs

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    If I remember correctly you have to highlight the clip and right click then trim.
     
  3. baitnicart

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    not trimming... i have the right number of frames.. i just want them to go faster or slower.. trimming would cut the time but it won't speed up the movements.. thanks anyway... so sad now :(
     
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    highlight clip, click time icon and set desired seconds
     
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    there's no time icon.. info: im using imovie 08.. haven't tried imovie before.. thanks for the replies..
     
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    Click Editing and under the Video FX tab, choose Fast/Slow/Reverse. Adjust as needed.
     

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