In order for iMovie to detect your voice over, the program needs to recognize the microphone that you’re speaking into. You can test this by clicking the microphone icon in iMovie. This will open a small dialog box with a few configurable settings. Click the “Record from” bar to bring up your list of microphone inputs.
Furthermore, why can’t I do a voiceover on iMovie? Question: Q: iMovie Voice Over Won’t Record Try opening iMovie while holding down the Option and Command keys, and selecting to delete preferences in the box that appears. See if that resolves it. If the above doesn’t work check to see if the issue replicates with other projects. If it does, then re-download iMovie.
Subsequently, how do I turn on voiceover in iMovie?
- Select Window on the menu bar.
- Select Record Voiceover, about halfway down the menu that opens. You can also just press “V” on the keyboard.
Amazingly, how do you voice over on iMovie on Iphone?
- Open your project.
- Scroll through your timeline so that the playhead (the vertical white line) is where you want your voiceover to start.
- Tap + > Voiceover.
- Press Record to start.
- When you’re finished, tap Stop.
- Choose and tap Review, Accept, or Retake.
Quick Answer, can you import voice memos to iMovie? Since voice memos are automatically saved in a common audio format (MP4), it’s as easy as sharing or dragging the file into your iMovie project.
- With your project open in the timeline, tap the Add Media button .
- Tap Audio, then tap Soundtracks to browse built-in soundtracks.
- Tap a soundtrack to preview it.
- To add the soundtrack to your project, tap the Add Audio button next to a soundtrack.