Interested in keeping your iMovie projects on an external USB or FireWire hard drive? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to can present a fairly talky overview of the process in over five minutes. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look!
First open up the image by clicking on photo button or just drag the image from finder to the project area. Now click on the crop button or just press the c button, you will see a green and a red area in your picture. Now set the red area to where you want to zoom in and green area to where you want to start your zooming. Now set the green and red area in the picture as showing in the video and play it, you will see that the picture is zooming to where the red area was set. Now change the ima...
In this video, we learn how to customize slideshows with titles using iMovie. First, find the photos that you want to add. Then, right click on one of the photos and then choose "show file". Now you will have a selection of all the photos that have the same search name. Drag these pictures into iMovie, then wait for the program to finish loading. When it's loaded, you will have the picture in a slideshow. You can add in any effect you would like to the pictures, or just leave them normal. Whe...
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!
This video describes the "green screen" process in iMovie. The shirtless presenter has setup a green screen in his home along with several lights to provide realistic lighting. The presenter then places the object, in this case a porcelain troll, in front of the green screen. The background scene in this instance is a busy downtown area. By watching the background video while filming the green screen footage, the presenter is able to position the troll so it appears to be interacting with the...
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to add theme titles and transitions to movies in iMovie '09.
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Adding chapters to your movie is great because your audience can go right to their favorite scenes. Learn how to add chapter markers in iMovie HD.
With your video footage imported, you're ready to start arranging your clips in the way that tells your story best. Use the iMovie clip viewer to organize your clips.
When you're ready to review your movie, there are various ways you can play it to see how it looks. iMovie allows many easy ways to make sure your movie is exactly what you want.
to improve the sound quality of the audio from your camcorder or any voiceover tracks you've added, you can apply audio effects.
iMovie allows the average computer user the ability to quickly make movies out of your digital video footage or home movies. This is not the most professional way to color correct your footage, but it should be sufficient for the average Mac user. Follow along and see how to adjust color using iMovie.
In this tutorial you'll see how to add stylish titles to you movies in iMovie '08. This is a quick and easy way to make your movies look more professional, and help you remember what it's about.
Learn how to log and capture movie footage in Apple iMovie so you can begin to transform your raw footage into a completed movie.
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.
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.
Apple's iMovie 11 comes with some great new video effects and this quick tutorial shows you how to put them to use. Whether you want to slow down, speed up, fade to dream, or replay your video sequence, iMovie 11 has the tools to make it happen. Slow motion, fast motino, replay, fade and flash & hold are all at your disposal. Ready... and... action!
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.
Ever wish you could take your iMovie application on your desktop with you wherever you go? Now, with the iMovie app, you can use your iPhone 4 to edit videos on the go. The possibilities are endless - from making a video postcard to filming a kid's birthday party, you can make instant memories!
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.
So you've just installed iMovie on your Mac... but now what? This tutorial walks a budding director through all the basic functions and features available in iMovie, and shows you how you use them to best effect when creating your own film projects.
In order to make Custom titles in IMovie '09, you will need the following: Seashore or any other compatible program.
In this tutorial, we learn how to export in HD in iMovie '09. First, open up your iMovie, then go into "share", then "YouTube". If the HD is not checked, you will need to check it and then click "next" and "publish". That is the quickest way to export to YouTube. To do this from iDVD, click on the "share", then "iDVD" and then it will go to iDVD and you can export it in HD. You can do this for any of your movies by simply clicking on the share menu, and making sure your settings are changed t...
This video shows you how to make a title intro with iMovie and keynote. Step one is to open up keynote. The resolution for the videos should be in 720 HD. The next thing to do is to type in the text that you are going to use. Change the font and the color to suite the style you are going for. Insert graphics where ever you would like to. Then in the top right hand corner click on the inspector button and add in the animations and movements that you want to see in the video. Now you have to or...
Start up iMovie. When the screen pops up you should choose new project. Give you project a name and then start iMovie. Switch to the integrated camera option found at the bottom of the screen. Press record and you can start talking for as long as you want. Record what you want, then when you want to finish, press the "esc" button on your keyboard. You can then choose the clip that you just recorded, drag it to the bottom of the screen go to file, choose export, then web-stream, then click sav...
This was a video on IMovie08 a movie editing program. Inside the IMovie08 program to get started you have to import a video. Once you have imported and opened the video you can begin to edit it. You can easily switch between your event library and the Project library. To play your video just click the spacebar. To create a project just click on new project and name it, once you have it named, pick your aspect ratio. Then click on create. Next you have to choose a video, by right clicking on t...
Mr. Blake is showing us how he uses various features of Screenflow and iMovie 09 for making YouTube videos. He takes us through features of Screenflow which not only includes recording a video but also lets us customize the video wherein you can edit giving various effects to the video with the size or the scale, make changes in the audio, give click effect, change passive things, covered action, add text or other things which also includes media. He also mentions and shows us how to use the ...
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to get started with iMovie '09.
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Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to crop and rotate videos in iMovie '09.