Sorry to say - I'm not native in Your language - (and may be not bright enough either) to follow Your problem.
To be able to help - I usually need short clear questions one piece at a time.
What's been of enormous help and joy to me is a book
David Pogue's books
• iMovie’11 & iDVD The Missing Manual
Easy to read - and a humor that suits my persona. AND VERY informative - near step by step in some parts.
How I wished that I could be of more help
Yours Bengt W
In addition to Bengt's recommendation of David Pogue's book "iMovie '11 & iDVD - The Missing Manual", here are a few other things that will help you get a better understanding of iMovie'11:
- Use iMovie Help (from the iMovie menu item Help > iMovie Help). Answers to most questions can be found there.
- iMovie '08 Tutorials (mostly still relevant to iMovie '11): http://www.apple.com/findouthow/movies/imovie08.html
- iMovie '09 Tutorials (also mostly still relevant): http://www.apple.com/findouthow/movies/
- Excellent tutorial by Ken Stone on iMovie '09 (still relevant) http://www.kenstone.net/fcp_homepage/imovie_09_stone.html
- The online version of iMovie '11 Help (2 tabs to click on - Get Started and Browse Help): http://help.apple.com/imovie/#button-0
- The iLife '11 Video Showcase (scroll down to see 6 videos on iMovie '11, plus a link to "Learn more about iMovie"): http://www.apple.com/ilife/video-showcase/
Be sure to watch the included videos in many of the above items (some videos are also included in iMovie Help).
Sorry to overburden you with all this - but hope it helps you to work through all the Ins and Outs of iMovie '11.
Message was edited by: John Cogdell
See item 2.8 in the Terms that you agreed to.
If you have any questions about how to use iMovie, the folks here will be glad to help.
You can start out by looking in iMovie HELP. There are a lot of good Tutorials there in the GET STARTED section, some featuring video Tutorials. Here is a link.