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in iMovie. Months or years later, you can insert the resulting DVD and open up the project for continued editing. File Menu Show Info Opens the Clip Info dialog box for whatever clip is highlighted in the Movie Track or Clips pane. (Unavailable if exactly one clip--audio, video, still, transition, or title--isn't highlighted.) The shortcut is simply double-clicking a clip. Keyboard shortcut: c-I. Show Trash The Trash referred to by this command refers to the project Trash, the Trash can icon on the iMovie screen. Every time you delete or crop some footage, iMovie pretends to put it into this Trash can. Later, you can use this command to view its contents or selectively rescue items inside it. Page 126 has the details. (Single-clicking the Trash icon achieves the same purpose.) Keyboard shortcut: Shift-c-T. Empty Trash This command produces a message that asks: "Are you sure you want to permanently delete all items in iMovie's Trash?" Never mind the split infnitive; what iMovie is saying is that you'll recover some hard-disk space, but you'll also lose your chance to use the Undo, Redo, Revert to