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And there you have it, all the essential information you need to start producing your own polished works of video art with iMovie 11. You know, as a lynda.com author, I am trained and pretty well versed with professional video editing applications like Final Cut Pro, but I always find myself coming back to iMovie for most of my projects, because it's just so simple and easy to use from start to finish. It's really become my go-to application when I need to put together some footage of a family get-together or a social event. I hope you'll take the time to import all of your own footage into iMovie 11 and really run it through its paces.
I think you'll be more than pleased with your results, and you'll have a lot of fun doing it. So that does it for iMovie 11 Essential Training. I am Garrick Chow. See you next time!
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