|Jan 3, 2013, 12:32 AM||#1|
Video squashed in imovie '09 after rotating
I filmed a little video with a (small)greenscreen backdrop, but I had to film it with the camera sideways to get it to fit right. After uploading it to imovie I rotated it so the picture would be right side up. But after I did that it squashed the whole video. That would have been ok in itself if it could have just been attached to the background I chose, but when I put in the background and combined it with the video I shot, the background got squashed as well. I tried fiddling with the controls but I haven't found a way to fix this.
Is there a way to make THE VIDEO I SHOT fit the background I selected for the greenscreen, instead of the BACKGROUND fitting the dimensions of the video I shot as it is doing now?
Once again, this is in imovie '09.
Thanks for any information.
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