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Add music and sound effects: iMovie 10.1.1 Essential Training
Add music and sound effects: iMovie 10.1.1 Essential Training

Music can dramatically change the mood and tone of your movie, and you're free to drag in any mp3, iTunes AAC, or any other Quicktime compatible audio format file you want into iMovie. You can either drag them from some other location on your Mac, or, if you have your music organized in iTunes, you can access your iTunes library directly from iMovie. And iMovie itself comes with a large collection of professionally performed musical pieces, as well as a huge library of sound effects, so you're almost always sure to find something that will enhance your movie project.

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Skill Level Beginner
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Q: This course was updated on 05/23/2016 and 06/15/2016. What changed?

A: We revised one video, "Delete unwanted clips," to address updates found in iMovieĀ 10.1.2.

Skills covered in this course
Business Computer Skills (Mac) Video Video Editing iMovie

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