At least, I THINK that's what my problem is. :/ I am working on a project where I recorded kids/parents creating special goodbye messages for a teacher who is retiring. I recorded everything using my new Mac book, a Logitech C920 1080p widescreen cam, and Photobooth. Worked great. Except as I sat down to begin editing last night I realized that iMovie distorts the images just enough so that everyone looks a little longer and skinnier. While I wish I could do this to myself in real life, I need to fix this because it's pretty obvious. I assume it's an aspect ratio problem because when I play the vids side by side in photobooth vs iMovie, photobooth looks more accurate (or at least faces look less long and narrow) and iMovie looks a bit too long and narrow. The only editing software that I own (and know how to use) is iMovie and I need this project done within about a weeks time - or less. Can someone please, pleassse tell me how to correct this? And in a hopefully simple way because I just know enough with video editing/iMovie to cut and edit clips and use transitions and titles - nothing that I would consider 'technical.' Assuming that there is an easy solution to this, I'd also like to know how to record other footage in the future using the same process/equipment so that I don't have this problem to begin with. I read something last night about using the same Logitech cam but recording through Quicktime and not Photobooth. Haven't tried that yet though. I also wanted to add that I'm not using any kind of apps or controls with the logitech cam. I just plugged it in and selected it from the cams list. I've read that some apps or the drivers (?) from Logitech can sometimes cause issues on a Mac. Not sure if this is true but since it worked when I just plugged it in, I didn't go any further. Please, I need some help on this!