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Using Images from Photos 1.0 in iMovie 10.7

With iPhoto going away and Photos replacing it in Yosemite, many teachers have become a bit lost. One recent question on Staff Talk was how to take the images from Photos 1.0 and use them in iMovie 10.7. Although exporting isn't required, this method does make it easy to find all of your images in one place to easily add them to your movie.

Keep in mind that Photos now enables you to create a slideshow movie right in the application itself (without using iMovie). So, if you are just creating a slideshow, stay tuned for my follow up post about that aspect of photos.


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