Creating Photo Slideshows in iMovie

Creating Photo Slideshows in iMovie

iMovie is a great tool for making videos, but it’s also a great tool for making creative photographic slideshows, complete with audio and transitions. This f…

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24 responses to “Creating Photo Slideshows in iMovie”

  1. Sharon Lee says:

    thz youtube and OP 

  2. Liam Wheeler says:


  3. nickwarnermusic says:

    how do you do this in imovie 10? there is no project properties option in
    it :(

  4. Yacouba OUATTARA says:

    Good tips to create your first slideshow with iMovie.. Thanks a lot

  5. ilikepie442 says:

    ok, HOW did you get to your library in iMovie, on mine, it ONLY wants to go
    to iPhoto.

  6. Elijah Games says:

    i have a different version?

  7. Regina Chan says:

    This is exactly what i was looking for!!

  8. Dalise says:

    Thanks you:)

  9. Xylina Allender says:

    This was just what I was looking for!!! Thank you so much! I was about to
    pull my hair out until I found you on YouTube! 

  10. Kang Christie says:

    Thank you so much for uploading this clear instructions! It helped me a lot


    So helpful! Thank you!

  12. laughterisalluneed says:

    How do I make the photos fit the time of the music? I only want one song
    but I have too many pictures.

  13. BenedictDeSpinoza1 says:

    I actually think that a panning effect – such as Ken Burns – could’ve
    worked quite well with a project that is supposed to depict movement,
    exactly what your cross country running one does.

  14. Nightlayl says:

    You can drag photos from your iPhoto to your desktop and from there, drag
    them to your project.

  15. caballtaz says:

    @capdasejb I am wanting the same thing. From what I’ve found so far, you
    need Final Cut Express (a fancier Mac program) to do that. Let me know if
    you found a solution.

  16. jordan joseph says:

    go on to google images or any source which you want your pictures into the
    imovie, drag them into your finder homescreen, and then drag that into your

  17. gaminglab1 says:

    thanks for the help

  18. cbeggs64 says:

    Very helpful. i was struggling to figure out how to remove the ken burns
    effect. thanks very much!

  19. Zafia Sinha says:

    Thank You so much!

  20. wnut07 says:

    Thanks for the help!

  21. matthewst07 says:

    Is it possible to change the duration of each individual one?

  22. Isabelle Hvarnes Pedersen says:

    Ken Burns effect made me carzy to!! Thank u!!

  23. 2Katti2 says:

    When i go to the picture area all i get is from Photo booth and iPhoto
    …:/ help ?

  24. frank higgs says:

    i do cross country

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