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Hi. Click on Get Media. There is a button called PC Files and Folders. Click on that and you will get a screen to search for your pictures on your hard drive. After you have captured your pictures, you can drag them into your timeline.
Great, thank you for your help!! But I have another question if you don't mind. Do you know how I could have the .GIF image overlapping the video? I have a .GIF of falling snow and my video has a scene of a backyard through a window and I'm trying to make it look like it's snowing in the yard. Do you know how I could overlap them in a way?
What you're talking about requires you to put the movies on separate tracks.
If you're familiar with the concept of "layers" that Photoshop (and similar image editing programs use), then video tracks function in much the same way.
Basically, if you have a movie on Video 2, it will appear on top of the movie that's in Video 1.
See "Place one clip above another in the Timeline" in the Help for a description of how to do this.
Thanks, I appreciate the help!! I'm pretty much finished with the video now.