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IMovie for iOS (iPad): Add a title to a video clip or photo

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It works, the phone was bought a week ago.

There is a problem. Only calls are displayed on the watch, and text messages from contacts and applications are not displayed, although the notification display function is turned on. (fitbit versa)

Good day. Tell me how to solve the problem. When the screen goes blank, music does not play

Thanks for the tips. But why did you miss such a painful question (especially not for a Samsung speaker), how to set the photo size on the S10e? I could not figure it out. But to receive photos from 40 to 340 Kb in size from this device with beautiful cameras is at least insulting! (((
Do not tell me how to fix this tragic situation?

Add a title

With your project open, tap a video clip or photo in the timeline to reveal the inspector at the bottom of the screen.

Tap the Titles button.

Tap to select a title style.

To turn off titles, tap None.

To change where the title appears onscreen, tap Center or Lower.

In the viewer, tap the sample title, then type a new title.

Note: Depending on which theme you apply to your project, the name of the location where the photo or video clip was shot (for example, “Golden Gate Bridge” or “San Francisco”) may appear below the title. To change the location name, see Change location information.

Tap Done on the keyboard.

A photo or video clip with a title appears in the timeline with a T icon in the upper-left corner.

Edit title text

With your project open, scroll the timeline until the title you want to edit appears in the viewer.

Tap the title in the viewer.

Do one of the following:

Erase the entire title: Tap the Clear button, then type a new title.

Edit part of a title: Type new text in the text field.

Tap Done on the keyboard.

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