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Fine-tune clips: iMovie 10.1.1 Essential Training
Fine-tune clips: iMovie 10.1.1 Essential Training

As we've already seen, it's easy to select the portions of the clips you want to add to your project just by selecting them in the Event Browser and dragging them into your project, but it's not very easy to be precise about exactly which frames of the clip you're starting and ending with. That's where the Precision Editor comes in. It lets you fine tune the moment where one clip stops and the next one begins. It can be useful in cases where you want to time the start of a clip exactly with a music cue, or if there's something at the end of the shot that you want to cut out at exactly the right moment. This video shows you how to use iMovie’s Precision Editor.

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Skill Level Beginner
3h 20m
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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 iMovie 10.1.2.

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

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