Question about Apple MacBook 13"White /2.0Ghz Intel Core2 Duo White/2GB (2x1gb)/80GB/SuperDrive (Z0DT) Mac Notebook
I accidently dropped a (selected all) large iMovie file from my external drive onto my desktop and all the clips seemed to pan across the screen - - I deleted them but could not find my desktop folders. Did they bet kicked out of my computr somehow? no change in my HD folders, apps, etc.
Check in 'trash' if they are there, then simply drag back onto the desktop.
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Use File -> Import Movies...
to select your converted video. iMovie will analyze the video and
generate thumbnails, so this can take a few minutes for larger video
we're able to use the video, you'll need to add it to your Project
Library from your Event Library. Just make sure you select the whole
clip, and drag it over to the other side of the screen.
deselect the clip from your Event Library, and select the copy in the
Project Library. To rotate your video, open the Crop menu, make sure
it's set to 'Fit', and use the rotate buttons. When you're sattisfied,
You'll notice that you're video has now been rotated in your Project Library. To export it, go to Share -> Export Movie... or press cmd+E.
As with Windows Live Movie Maker, you can also upload your rotated movie directly to YouTube, or your personal MobileMe Gallery.
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