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Click Import. You ll see a progress readout as iMovie imports the clips and generates the thumbnails.
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Individual characters in a string of text work in a similar manner to their object cousins when it comes to front/back placement. The first character typed is placed at the back of the text block, and the last character typed is placed at the front, as shown in Figure 8.3. To move individual characters forward or backward, you must first choose Type Create Outlines or press Ctrl+Shift+O ( +Shift+O) and then select the outline of the character that you want to arrange. The outlined text is now treated as an object. Use the same arranging commands from the Object Arrange submenu that you use for other types of objects to move the stacking order of the outlined type.
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