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Posted · Original PosterOP

hey, i'm editing a trailer teaser and i've managed to put a picture in a clip but i would like to change the size of the image, i'm using imovie on an imac. Any help? thanks.

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Shouldn't there be little tabs around the video clip, with which you can enlarge or make the video clip smaller? Or do you mean a size transition?

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 hours ago, Minibois said:

Shouldn't there be little tabs around the video clip, with which you can enlarge or make the video clip smaller? Or do you mean a size transition?

 

yes the little tabs on each corner of the image but does not let me adjust the size and not the duration of the clip the actual image imported into the clip 

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16 minutes ago, digisaffy03 said:

yes the little tabs on each corner of the image but does not let me adjust the size and not the duration of the clip the actual image imported into the clip 

Wait, what? Does it or does it not let you edit the size of the image/videoclip? And the duration is controlled on the timeline.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 hours ago, Minibois said:

Wait, what? Does it or does it not let you edit the size of the image/videoclip? And the duration is controlled on the timeline.

if yu give me your email i can show you what i mean idk how to explain it

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10 minutes ago, digisaffy03 said:

if yu give me your email i can show you what i mean idk how to explain it

You could make a video of it and upload it (unlisted) to YouTube, or make a few images showing what is not working and uploading those to the gallery here.

From my understanding, you have a video clip/image that you are overlaying on top of another videoclip in iMovie and want to increase the size of the videoclip that is overlaying the other one?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 hours ago, Minibois said:

You could make a video of it and upload it (unlisted) to YouTube, or make a few images showing what is not working and uploading those to the gallery here.

From my understanding, you have a video clip/image that you are overlaying on top of another videoclip in iMovie and want to increase the size of the videoclip that is overlaying the other one?

yeh thts it i can make an unlisted video to show yu

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1 hour ago, digisaffy03 said:

 

What resolution is the original picture? Possibly a higher resolution picture would be bigger on the screen.

Assuming you work on a 1080p timeline, you could use this:

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And the picture would be pretty much fullscreen (if iMovie imports stuff in its native resolution)


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 hours ago, Minibois said:

What resolution is the original picture? Possibly a higher resolution picture would be bigger on the screen.

Assuming you work on a 1080p timeline, you could use this:

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large.trollface.png.5b90d8153d08cb05c416

And the picture would be pretty much fullscreen (if iMovie imports stuff in its native resolution)

ok i'll give it a try thank you.

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