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Make beautiful movies anywhere with your iPad and iMovie and this video tutorial! The videos in the tutorial cover everything from the interface to editing to adding Ken Burns effects to Themes to creating movie trailers! Tutor for iMovie for iPad covers everything you need to make your movies Hollywood!
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|Section 1: Introduction|
|An introduction to what is going to be covered in the tutorial.|
|A sample movie created in iMovie to show what can be done using iMovie on your iPad.|
|We take a closer look at the sample movie showing some of the features used from iMovie in creating the movie.|
|We take a look at the main interface. This is the interface that you see when you first open iMovie.|
|Section 2: Creating Projects|
|We take a look at the project interface. This is the interface you see and use when you create a project (better known as a movie).|
|We show you how to add your own photos and movies to your project.|
|Section 3: Editing Projects|
|Find out how to zoom in and out, as well as across photos using the Ken Burns effect.|
|If your clip is too long, you can shorten or trim it. We show you how in this video.|
|In this video, you find out how you can split clips, this is good if you want to 'edit' out a portion of your clip, as well as add freeze frames to your project.|
|Find out how to rotate both videos and photos in iMovie.|
|In this video we show you how you can rearrange your clips as well as delete them from the timeline.|
|Find out how you can add transitions in between your clips and photos.|
|With Precision Editing, you can adjust your edits with precision. Find out how in this video.|
|Section 4: Working with Audio|
|In this video we show you how to add background audio to your project (movie).|
|You can adjust the volume of the clips in your project if you need them to be softer or louder. Find out how in this video.|
|Find out how you can precisely edit your audio tracks in this video.|
|iMovie comes with a number of sound effects. Find out how to add them to your project.|
|Section 5: Working with Themes|
|You can apply themes to your project. Each theme has it's own set of transitions. See how it all works in this video.|
|Each theme has titling where you can add titles to your project. Some themes include location data. Find out how it works in this video.|
|Section 6: Working with Trailers|
|See a sample trailer created in iMovie.|
|Find out how to use the different themes iMovie come with for Trailers.|
|Find out how to outline your trailer in this video.|
|Find out how to use the Storyboard feature for creating Trailers.|
|Section 7: Sharing and Conclusion|
|You'll want to share your movie or trailer once it's complete. In this video we show you the different ways to share.|
|A wrap-up of what we've learned.|
Dan Wassink of Noteboom Productions and Tutorials has been creating and producing videos on how to use various software for over 6 years. With over 20 tutorials available in the App Stores, his tutorials have received close to 700 five-star ratings and reviews and have been recommended by new users, advanced users, and teachers. He looks forward to helping you learn more with his tutorials!