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Rate clips: iMovie 10.1.1 Essential Training
Rate clips: iMovie 10.1.1 Essential Training

As you review the footage you've imported into iMovie, you're most likely going to find that some parts are going to be more useable than others. So as you're going through your clips, it's a good idea to mark certain parts as, what iMovie refers to as favorites. Favorites are pieces of footage that you have marked as good and so you can easily identify them later when you want to use them in a project. Similarly, you can also mark parts of your clips as rejects and set them up for deletion so they're not sitting there taking up space on your hard drive.

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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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