One is the loneliest number there is. Well, unless you clone yourself! This sweet video will show you how to do just that with Apple's iMovie. You'll need iMovie 11, or iMovie 09. This technique is also possible by using other video editing software tools as long as they are capable of doing blue screening or green screening. In addition, you'll need a sturdy tripod that you DO NOT move. This is essential to creating the effect. If you move the tripod, this effect will NOT work, or come off a...
There are two ways to play your movies on your television. You can either burn a DVD using iDVD or export your movie to a tape.
This tutorial shows you how to add some more functionality to the clips on your iMovie films. Create custom title screens by adding logos, transparent images and watermarks to your videos using this versatile and powerful movie editing software for Mac.
If you're interested in editing music videos one of the things you'll want to know is how to edit on the beat. So, where ARE the beats? This helpful video shows you how to use iMovie 11's beat marker tool to find and mark the beats, so you can cut to your hearts delight.
How do you edit or delete a title, transition or effect within iMovie HD without actually damaging your videos? During this short clip from the iMovie HD Troubleshooting Guide we will explain how iMovie HD handles titles, transitions and effects so that you can always revert back to your original clip settings.
If you're creating a series of movies, you can use a video podcast to share your movie with team members and friends. A video podcast can be a series of videos you post to a website over time. Others can subscribe to your podcast and watch your latest movies whenever you add new episodes. Preparing a movie to be a video podcast is easy to do from iMovie.
In this series of video tutorials you'll learn how to use Apple's iMovie software to make your own film or movies. Expert Matt Nichols demonstrates how to use the video editing software for Mac computers. He shows you how to start a new project in iMovie, how to import video clips, how to use the timeline, and how to edit video clips.
If you're a fan of "Avatar" - the animated Nickelodeon series, not the M. Night Shayamalan epic fail of the movie - or any sort of supernatural action series, then you've probably witnessed the awesome flash of lightning effect before. Whether emanating from the hands of a superhero - or supervillain - or shooting out of a mutant's eyes, the lightning effect is super cool and also super doable at home using Apple iMovie.
Fix the automatic zooming feature in iMovie with the techniques presented in this tutorial. When pictures and photographs are imported into iMovie for Mac, there is an automatic zoom applied to all the images. This tutorial from TheHowToMac shows how to stop this feature, as well as fine-tuning the Cropping, Ken Burns & Rotation settings.
If you've imported some video footage into iMovie, but want to use the sound elsewhere, like in GarageBand, you're going to have to detach the audio from the video. This tutorial will show you how to remove the audio from an video clip in iMovie in Mac OS X. Detaching audio is very simple, so don't worry!
For this tutorial to work, you will need to be running iMovie on a Mac. Take any frame from your footage and turn it into a still shot that will function like a photograph. Use it as a screenshot or promotional tool for your movie!
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to build a movie from individual clips in iMovie. Using clips in iMovie will easily allow users to create a movie. On the right side of the screen in iMovie, there will be a library of all the clips and images that you have imported. Click on the Clips Viewer to arrange the clips in an order that you would like. Just drag them to the clip viewer. You can change the position by dragging a clip over another. Click on the time line viewer to see how long...
Using iMovie HD, this video shows you which export settings you should use so that your video can be uploaded onto YouTube.
In this tutorial, Gary teaches us how to speed up and slow down in reverse in iMovie 09. First, open up iMovie on your computer and set your preferences so the advanced tools are turned on. Now, open up your project and play it back at normal speed. Next, go to the information for this clip by selecting the "i" button. Click on the speed and then click "convert entire clip" so you can control the speed of the clip. After this, you can move the lever on the gauge to make it faster or slower. W...
Have an awesome intro where the only thing missing is a few color changes? This tutorial is for you! It's an easy and quick tutorial showing you how to change colors in your video using the iMovie video editing program for Mac.
Watch this video tutorial to learn some very useful tricks in iMovie. In this video, you'll learn how to overlay both photos on video and also overlay video on video using iMovie. In addition, you'll learn how to turn on the greenscreen tool.
If you want to work on some audio attached to a video, then it's possible with two iLife programs on your Mac— iMovie and GarageBand. This video will show you how to strip that audio track from the video, converting it to MP3. You can strip the audio from files such as .MPG, .MOV, .AVI, .MP4, AVCHD, MPEG-2 and H.264.
Ever wonder how people make those wonderful and awe-inspiring time-lapse films? Well, this video shows you the bare basics of creating a time-lapsed movie. First, you'll need to set your digital camera on a tripod and set it to take stills at your desired intervals. Then, you'll need to import all of these photographs into Aperture or iPhoto on your Mac computer. Then it comes times to turning those pics into a time-lapse film. Watch and see how!
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use a green screen in iMovie. Begin by opening iMovie and click on Preferences. In the General tab, make sure the Show Advanced Tools is checked. Now film your video with your green screen. Then import the video(s) onto your computer from your camera. In iMovie, click on File, go to Import and select Movies. Place the video(s) in your project. Drag the green screen clip onto the project clip. When the menu pops up, select Green Screen. This video w...
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to create picture-in-picture effects in iMovie '09.
Do you make your HowTos in iMovie on an older Mac and find that it takes forever to import videos into iMovie for editing? In this video tutorial, you'll learn a technique for importing clips into iMovie more quickly. Take a look.
Adding narration or voiceover to your movie is an excellent way to enhance your story. You can use the built-in microphone on your Mac, the built-in microphone from a connected iSight camera, or an external microphone connected to your Mac.
Your video footage does not need to come from a camcorder or iMovie HD. In this tutorial you will learn how to import other types of video into iMovie '08.
In this article I am going to show you how to quickly and easily make a professional looking trailer.
Are you an iMovie user looking to double down on yourself? Well, if so, watch this video and see how to clone yourself, quickly and easily. I mean, who wouldn't want to make two of themselves? It could be so helpful for so many situations! Though cloning may be far in the future, we can still clone ourselves in Videos. Apple's new iMovies, have changed from being small easy video processors to a more complex higher quality Video editing software. This video will use the Green Screen Function ...
Fancify your home movies with the techniques demonstrated in this free video software tutorial, which, specifically, addresses how to create PIP, side-by-side & cutaway effects within iMovie '11. For detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started using these effects yourself, take a look.
Learn different ways to create iMovie credits sequences using the titles feature. You can do more than just scrolling credits by stringing along sets of single-name titles or using images. This home-computing how-to from the folks at MacMost will get you off and running. For detailed instructions, and to get started making your own titles sequences within iMove, take a look!
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to create high definition videos in iMovie. Begin by importing the video into the program. Click on Share and select Export using Quick Time. Set the Export to Movie to Quick Time Movie and then click on Options. Under Video, select Settings. Change the Compression Type to MPEG--4 Video, leave the frame rater at Current, Key frames to Automatic and Quality to the Best. Click OK and then click on Size under Video. Set the Dimensions to 1280 x 720 HD. T...
Want to add still photos to your iMovie video project? Find out how you can feature your pictures in iMovie with this tutorial.
Once you've learned how to import videos into iMovie and edit your footage, Videojug will show you how to begin building your project in iMovie. Edit video in iMovie.
Even cinema greats like Steven Spielberg and Quentin Tarantino need to hit the cutting room floor before they issue the official copy of a new movie. In no way does everything you film, after all, end up in the final cut.
Let's learn how to create some cool special effects in iMovie HD. In this video tutorial you will learn how to make night vision, old time movie, and stormy effects. The effects are really cool and easy to do too! Create special effects in iMovie HD.
If you've created movies in iMovie HD, you'll be happy to know that iMovie '08 has made it easy to import your movies. Be careful, transitions and music will not transfer over, but we think you'll be happy with the improvements available in iMovie '08.
Do you aspire to one day edit video on your Apple computer with Final Cut Pro X? Until then, while all you've got is iMovie, make the most of it! Watch this video to learn how to make iMovie look like FCP X.
Trying to make a screencast video to share with your friends? Watch this video to learn how to use Voila to capture video of your computer screen and iMovie to edit it. You can make your own video game walkthrough and how to install videos!
The iPad 2 had two cameras built in, put them to use! You can film video with your iPad's camera and then edit it using the iMovie app from Apple's app store. This video will show you how to use iMovie for video editing.
Do you wish there were more of you? Well, at least two? At least in a video? This sweet video will show you how to do just that with Apple's iMovie. You'll also need a sturdy tripod that you DO NOT move. This is essential to creating the effect. If you move the tripod, this effect will NOT work, or come off as convincing. Also, of course, you will need a video camera. This technique is also possible by using other video editing software tools as long as they are capable of doing blue screenin...
Edit your video footage like a pro with iMovie. This informative video from Vimeo's excellent Video 101 series of tutorials reviews the steps involved in using the software to create basic text overlays in the popular Mac-based non-linear editor.
Trim and cut video footage with iMovie. This video tutorial provides an overview of the steps involved, including selecting video resources to be used in the project, placing video resources in the timeline, highlighting the actual clips to be used from the resources, and rearranging the chronological order of the clips in the timeline.
Learn how to import your videos into iMovie by viewing this video. This tutorial shows the various methods used to import the video clips into iMovie, arranging the clips in the timeline, and optimizing the video footage in the editing environment.