Which version of iMovie do You use ?
• iMovie'08 (v.7) - Ctrl click on one Photo clip in Project window - Change duration - mark "Apply to all photos".
• iMovie'09 (v.8) to '11 (v.9) - Here in Project window - in Photo Clip there is a small cog wheel symbol - here select adjust video clip and set duration here and "Apply to all photos"
Yours Bengt W
One way in iMovie HD6 is to
• Put Photos into iPhoto - so that You after this can reach them via Media button and Photos in iMovie.
• Now in iMovie drag one photo from Media/Photos to TimeLine and then You see a window with Ken Burns settings.
• Un-select Ken Burn and change Turtle to Hare - or 0:05:00 to 0:01:00
• Now Accept
• Then select the rest of the Photos in Media/Photos and by keeping Shift or Cmd down You can select all of them - and drop them into TimeLine - Now all is 0:01:00 duration.
I can not remember if it was possibly to make a Global change when Photos was in TimeLine with wrong duration. But by double click on one at a time they can be changed. (Tedious)
Yours Bengt W
I tried this and it worked... but when I wanted to do 0:00:05, (only 10 frames- or less than half a second) it would not allow me. I had to do it manually on each photo with Command+i and then pasted command+v 0:00:05 on all of them individually!
Now the problem I have I am tryingto export, or share to quicktime, and iot does not work... nothing it happening! Is it becasue imovie HD 6 is not supported anymore? I'm Runnning OSX 10.8.2!