Using the advanced drag-and-drop feature


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Using the advanced drag-and-drop feature

Editing clips together in iMovie is a simple matter of selecting the portion of the clips you want and dragging them into your project. This incredibly easy method of editing was introduced in iMovie '08, and worked exactly the same in iMovie '09, but iMovie '09 also brings a ton of new options that become available when you drag clips on top of other clips. In this iMovie project, I'm editing together some nature footage shot in Aspen, Colorado. And again, the most basic way of editing clips together is to make selections from your Events and drag them into your project, and I'll just call this one Aspen. I'll leave the Aspect Ratio at 69, and the Theme at None., Okay so there is my first clip and let me just grab some more footage here.

I'll just grab this entire clip here, drag that in, and I'll just continue dragging clips in to build my movie. Now let's say I have changed my mind. Instead of opening with a shot of leaves, I want to use this foota...

Using the advanced drag-and-drop feature
Video duration: 7m 23s 2h 17m Intermediate

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Using the advanced drag-and-drop feature provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iLife '09 New Features

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Video
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iLife
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