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Sams Teach Yourself Mac OS X Panther All in One by John Ray, Robyn Ness

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Chapter 27. Working with iMovie’s Clip Viewer

As you learned in Chapter 24, “Exploring the iMovie Interface,” the Clip Viewer is an alternative to the Timeline and might be preferable for some as a way to work with clips. In some ways, the Clip Viewer is the “lite” version of iMovie.

Although the Timeline view provides an excellent way to work with clips and is easy to use, the Clip Viewer is even easier to use. If you want to have a simplified introduction to working with iMovies, you might want to work in the Clip Viewer. Also, children might find it easier to play with iMovie in the Clip Viewer because there are fewer skills to master—just clicking, dragging, and dropping.

Adding and Rearranging Clips

In the Clip Viewer, you can do just about ...

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