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Following a Moving Subject With an Arrow or Circle in iMovie
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This is fabulous. I am going to use this in my next movie. Makes me appear very savvy in technical things. Thanks to you.
Followed instructions exactly but when I exported arrow - it not show box - export as transparency. Arrow appears in white box on IMovie. I clicked no fill background in keynote
Wendy: Did you set the background to No Fill like I show? Are you using an old version of Keynote or macOS, maybe?
Arrow is in iMovie but when I try to move it in movie picture box the bottom of arrow is cut off. It shows a full arrow in the menu bar but in the movie box the image is cut off so only top part of arrow shows. I can move image around and resize but it doesn't show the full arrow. Any idea what I'm doing wrong? Thanks!
Sam: Did you maybe use a non 16:9 size image?
I created the 480x480 image in Keynote just like you did. Should also note that as the video plays a little more of the arrow is revealed depending on camera movement but never the whole arrow.
Sam: Sorry, not sure what you are seeing. Are you using the latest Keynote and iMovie?
thank you, Gary. I will check and play around with it. Appreciate your help. Your video was excellent!
i did it all but the arroww movies up and down with the slide attached to it. i didn't do anything to animation :(. I got so far.....