Trim and Slip Edit Like a Pro with iMovie 10.0.2


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Trimming and slip editing

As you work on assembling your movie, there's going to be a lot of times where one of the clips you've added to it, turns out to be too long or too short. Maybe you accidentally left out some of the good action in the clip. Or maybe after looking at the clip in the context of the rest of the movie, you determine that it goes on for too long. But that doesn't mean you have to go back up to the event browser and reselect the clip and drag it back in again. All you need to do, is to trim the existing version of the clip in the project timeline. For example, after reviewing this clip in my project where I'm running over this overpass, maybe I've decided that it goes on for too long. So there are a couple of ways we can trim this clip.

First thing, I'm going to skim over the clip, and find the portion of it that I want to keep. I think in this case, I like the part where I'm silhouetted against the bright sky there. So now I just need to select that portion. Remember, to make a s...

Trimming and slip editing
Video duration: 3m 6s 3h 13m Beginner Updated Dec 18, 2015

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Trimming and slip editing provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iMovie 10.0.2 Essential Training

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Business Video
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iMovie
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