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Creating Professional End Credits In iMovie
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Yes! I totally second that! I have seen a ton of tools but none would be as good as doing as you are editing a movie....
Thanks Gary, this is very helpful - I've always wondered if I could adjust that scrolling title and thanks to you, I know how I can! Now I can add a little more interest to my end titles.
Hi Gary, is there also a scrolling text as it was in StarWars?
Yes. Take a look through the titles to familiarize yourself with them as knowing what is there could be useful down the road. You'll see one instantly (Far Far Away) that is exactly what you are looking for.
Very informative, easy to follow, valuable guidance Gary... as always.
Thanks for the video. Is there a way to slow down the scrolling credits? I have a short list and I added time to it, but they still scroll too fast. Thanks
Add more time. The credits will scroll at the speed they need to to fit in the time you give them.
Another one of your excellent tutorials! I enjoy all of them, but have been working with iMovie 10 and the imovie ones are at the top of my list.
Awesome, Good job man
Excellent tutorial. Love your work and wanna see more iMovie tutorials. Now if only there was a way to use iMovie to create subtitles.