This course is based on iMovie for iPad and iPhone. iMovie is a film editing application by Apple which can be installed for free on all new iPhone and iPad, older models of iPhone and iPad may have to pay to install this app.
iMovie can be used to add that little bit of extra spice to your home movies. You can add transitions so that two home movies can be made to look like one. Adding Background music can make a plain video clip into something special.
You can create trailers from the predefined templates that apple have created, to have some fun with family and friends while creating something that has a Hollywood style to it.
Simple terms are used so that users of all levels will be able to understand. I have provided sample videos that can be used to practice so that you can get the most out of the course. You can use the sample videos as a basis to learn the practical elements of the iMovie app. Once you have mastered the app, you can then try the same procedures using your own videos. I have taken the most important parts of the iMovie app and condensed it into an hour long course, you will have lifetime access to the course so you will be able to watch the video lectures over and over.
Use this course as a way to improve the home movies on your iOS device, but most of all, use this course so you can have some fun and get the most out of your iPhone or iPad.
This first lecture will have a brief look at the iMovie application and show you some of the main points you need to get started.
I have also added a downloadable pdf which contains a link to a dropbox folder, inside the dropbox folder is some sample videos if you need any to practice with.
In this lecture we will look at the correct procedure to create a project, we will speak about a project and what it consists of. We will also look that the different themes that can be used when creating your movie.
this lecture looks at the iMovie application, we look at the different areas within the application. It is important that each area is covered so the student is familiar with the layout of the application
In this section we will look at the way we select a video clip from the media browser and the way that we will import the selected clip into our editing timeline.
We will look at the different options that are available for editing audio, we will look at editing audio and removing audio from your project
This lecture looks at some of the editing options that are available for videos in the iMovie for iPad and iphone timeline.
In this lecture we will look some of the advanced video editing options available in iMovie, we will also look at the different circumstances for using them.
This section looks at adding photos to your movies, as well as adding photos we will take a look at some of the editing options that can be placed on the photos to improve them.
This video lecture looks at applying filters to your videos, We look at some of the different effects that you can use.
This lecture focuses on adding text to the movies, the text could be a title and the start or simply to explain something to the viewers
In this lecture we will look at the output formats for exporting the finished videos and the different steps we can take once all the editing is complete.
I am an IT Trainer with over 8 years experience in delivering training in both Apple and Microsoft to a large array of clients, in both public training centres and corporate environments.
I have an IT teaching diploma and focus mainly on software training. I hold a current Microsoft Office Master certificate and have been teaching Microsoft Office Specialist (Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint and Outlook all to an advanced level) for the past 6 years.
The training I deliver ranges from iPad and iPhone training to Office productivity applications like Pages, Numbers and Keynote. I also train in video editing software like Final Cut Pro X and iMovie.
I feel the most important part of training is developing a connection with your students, building trust in both sides.