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The Fastest Ever Promo - iMovie

CreativeCOW presents The Fastest Ever Promo - iMovie -- Apple iPad Tutorial


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I know iMovie is not the sharpest tool in the box but sometimes we need to use a quick way of making a little promo on a budget and with Apple computer shipping with iMovie 11, it's becoming used more and more. Here is a quick tutorial outlining how to create a promo using the built-in templates.



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