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iMovie Semi-Transparent Overlays
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Yes. As long as the graphics program you are using can make transparent images, you can make anything you want.
Thanks Gary. I picked up a lot of new and useful information in those six minutes. Much appreciated. Al
Really useful,will use it to generate my own titles , thank you, keep up the great work ! Richard
Very useful info. Looking forward to using it.
This will be great for TEXT - just upgraded, both Mavericks and iMovie and find it not as user friendly as the previous version. Can you also insert a Gif over a slide or video?
Keep it coming.
No, I don't think GIF files will work. But PNGs are better to use anyway.
Just a word of thanks. This and other videos of yours are a true help for the novice user.
Can you also make the drawn object (arrow or circle, in this case) semi-transparent (iow, so that you can see what might otherwise be partially obscured behind the shape's lines)?