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iLife tutorial: Use Keywords for organisation in iMovie

Discover how to assign keywords to your clips and find your footage faster!

Most photographers realise the importance of keywords, as they have thousands of shots to wade through in iPhoto.
Keywords help them find photos in seconds rather than minutes. Now that many of us carry a camcorder around (courtesy of our iPhone), we may have hours of footage to wade through. As our iMovie Event Library grows, it makes sense to add keywords to our collection of video clips, so that we don’t have to waste time scrolling through events trying to remember when we shot a specific video. Luckily iMovie makes it a doddle to add keywords to bits of footage (or the entire clip) by ticking boxes.