Magic iMovie is designed to import a movie from your camera and create a movie file with an opening title and other options. Learn how to use Magic iMovie.
Add a personal touch to your videos by narrating scenes. Watch how to record narration in iMovie.
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.
iMovie '08 allows you to directly access your Aperture library to add still photos to your movie.
The easiest way to make a movie is with magic iMovie. Magic iMovie imports clips from your video camera, inserts a title and transitions, and sets the music, so you can create a movie with the click of a button.
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.
A new feature of iMovie HD 6 is themes. Themes allow you to add professionally produced scenes that incorporate your video, photos, and text.
With iMovie, you can easily incorporate your digital photos in your movie or even use several photos to create a slideshow.
A soundtrack can make a good movie great, and it's easy to create. You can add music from your iTunes library or your Garageband projects to your iMovie project.
iMovie makes it easy to add titles to your movies. The titles you can add look professional and sophisticated.
So far, you've only used straight cuts to move from one clip to another. Another option is to apply a transition to your clips. This gives your movie a smoother and more professional feel.
One of the best ways to spice up your movie is to apply a visual effect to it, such as speeding up your clip, reversing the direction, or adjusting the color.
to improve the sound quality of the audio from your camcorder or any voiceover tracks you've added, you can apply audio effects.
Chapter markers make it easy for your viewers to identify specific scenes in your movie or to jump forward and backward in your movie.
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.
A brief overview on sharing using iMovie. iMovie makes it easy to share your movies, whether you want to show them on your own TV, carry them with you, or post them on your website.
iMovie makes it easy to share your movie on a portable device like an iPod, PDA, or phone, so you can show your friends your new movie wherever you go. Just export your movie to whatever device you choose.
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.
HD demo on how to set encoding parameters for proper Vimeo meady video at 720p resolution. This will give you crisp HD video ready for Vimeo upload right from iMovie 08.
Learn the best way to encode 16:9 for iPod Video and AppleTV using iMovie HD software. If you have a mac, you might alrady have iMovie installed, so start editing and saving your movies in the right format for playback.
iMovie is the basic video editing software on MAC computers, the iPod Touch 4th generation, and the iPad 2. If you're new to film editing or just new to the program in general, this iMovie tutorial is a great introductory course to the program.
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.
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.
Don Schechter looks at the basic transitions available, including how and when to use them for Apple iMovie. Dissolve, fade in, and fade out are the most common transitions for this computer program.
Learn basic video editing in Apple iMovie and begin transforming your raw footage into tight and focused movies.
Adding special effects to your video can make it look more professional and entertaining. Learn how to add Apple iMovie effects to your clips with ease.
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.
Want to add a soundtrack to your movie? IMovie makes it really easy to add music, sound effects and voice-overs because it layers tracks for you. Check it out and see how to make your movies more professional.
The background track feature in iMovie '08 makes it a no-brainer to add background music to your movie and it will even crossfade multiple songs or pieces automatically. This feature is similar to working with audio clips, but works more specifically as background audio.
iMovie '08 has an advanced tool mode and within it there are more color modes and options for adjusting color. This tutorial will show you how to use these extra sliders.
If you've done editing before, or have already maxed out the potential of the regular editing tools in iMovie '08, you're in luck because there are advanced editing tools. This tutorial will show you where they are and how to use them.
This tutorial shows you how to used advanced tagging and filtering options based on keywords to organize your iMovie library even further.
This tutorial explains what the video library is and how to access and use it. You'll need to know this if you want to work with all your imported video footage and movies.
This tutorial shows you how to use iMovie '08 to add music to your movie or video. Background music can set the mood and tone of any movie you create, so have fun!
Adding sound effects is a great way to add meaning and punch to your movies. In this tutorial you'll learn how to use sound effects in iMovie.
iMovie has a voiceover tool that allows you to add your own voice (or someone elses) as narration over your movie. This tutorial will give you tips on getting the best quality recording and then add it to your movie.
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.
Once you've finished editing and creating your movie in iMovie '08, you'll probably want to share it with your other Apple products (iPhone, iPad, iPod, AppleTV) so you can watch it. See how to do this in this iMovie '08 tutorial.