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changing FPS in iMovie

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my project is to take several hundreds photographs and convert them into a movie in iMovie for a video that last about 1-2 minutes. However, the shortest duration i can set for individual pictures in IMovie is 0.3 seconds...rendering my movie still at 6-8 minutes. how do i increase my FPS?
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What version of iMovie are you using?

Try this http://support.apple.com/kb/index?page=search&q=iMovie%20duration
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