This is for anyone that wants to know how to use iMovie with voiceover on a Mac

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A few weeks ago, I posted up a form asking if anyone knew how to use Final Cut Pro with voice over. I did not get any answers, but I did get a bunch of people asking how I use iMovie with voiceover. So, to help those people and anyone else out, I have made a few videos on how to do this. You can find them here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5JbXIMXzj7vGliWh4KguC1lvTcELwRSg
I have not finished the series, but the first two parts are up. I will be making a new part every Friday, so if you would like to, please subscribe to that channel. If you have any questions, leave them in the form below or in my comments of my video

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Submitted by Maanling on Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Cool! You're the first 'other' blind user I come accross that uses iMovie. I subbed to your channel. I'm curious if you have tips about things I don't yet know how to do.
Greetings from the Netherlands.

Submitted by nohansa nuh on Thursday, August 11, 2016

good job my friend, verry cool tutorial.

Submitted by nohansa nuh on Thursday, August 11, 2016

BTW, what mac you are using for editing your videos?

Submitted by Dave Nason on Thursday, August 11, 2016

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Thanks Matthew. I was one of the people who asked so much appreciated. Have subscribed to your channel.

Submitted by Leo on Saturday, September 15, 2018

I could do with just a text step by step , personally, the videos on Youtube are now gone.
What I'm personally trying to do is lay a picture on top of a music mp3 file, something commonly done by musicians on Youtube these days, and I can't for the life of me get the layout items to position where they're supposed to go, assuming this is how it's done.
The objective is to make the picture last as long as the audio does. Put your audio and picture in using import -- Command-I, then you're supposed to set the picture so it lasts as long as the audio.
I've seen this all over the Internet re: how musicians post their tunes on the Tube. But they're not blind, so they don't have the challenge of how to stretch the timeline for the picture. It's not about providing a sexy nice music video, so much as it is about creating a movie for your music so it can post to Youtube. I thought I'd try iMove since TunesToTube is down and I'm pretty ok with dragging things either using VoiceOver's move item commands or using mouse keys and guessing if I have to.

Anyway, any thoughts would be superb, thanks.