Tutor for iMovie 10.1

Learn how to create your own movies with our 49 easy-to-follow lectures covering iMovie version 10.1 for OS X.
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  • Length 4 hours
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Published 4/2016 English

Course Description

Learn how to make great movies with iMovie version 10.1 and this tutorial. Tutor for iMovie v 10.1 includes 49 how-to video lectures. The lectures cover everything from the interface to importing your movies to using editing to using effects including green-screen to sharing and making trailers.

Understand the Features and Functions of iMovie Version 10.1 to create movies from videos and photos you've taken. Make the most of your iMovie experience by learning how to: 

  • work in a timeline
  • import your movies from your camera and desktop.
  • work with and organize events and projects.
  • rate clips.
  • understand settings.
  • split and merge clips.
  • fade, mute, or detach audio.
  • add transitions.
  • work with precision editing.
  • add titles, maps, backgrounds, audio, sound effects to clips.
  • enhance clips.
  • adjust, match, and correct color in clips.
  • add Ken Burns effect.
  • stabilize clips.
  • add narration.
  • add instant replay and rewind effects.
  • work with green/blue screen effects.
  • place clips side by side.
  • add picture in picture effects.
  • share and export projects.
  • create a movie trailer
  • complete an amazing iMovie project and share it!


Content and Overview

Noteboom Productions designed this course for beginners who are new to the Mac or an existing Mac user who may not be familiar with iMovie v10.1. Knowing how to use iMovie  effectively will result in increased productivity and give you the ability to make amazing movies to share your own videos and photos.  We'll guide you through 49 videos in just over 2 hours, teaching you the basics of iMovie v10.1. We demonstrate how to get started by creating a new project, reviewing iMovie terminology, importing media (video & photos) into a timeline, working with various editing tools, and adding effects. You are encouraged to have iMovie installed on your Mac or MacBook so you can follow along and try it yourself at the end of each lecture.

This course starts with the basics by introducing you to the User Interface for iMovie v10.1. From there we dive right in and demonstrate how to create a movie project - the real focus of the course. By the end of this course students will have the basic knowledge of iMovie v10.1 to create and share a movie created with their own video and photos.


What are the requirements?

  • Students should have a Macintosh computer.
  • Students should download and install iMovie version 10.1
  • It would be helpful to have video clips and photos already on your Mac, ready to import into iMovie, so you can follow along and try for yourself after each lecture.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Create and share movies created from your own video and photos in iMovie v 10.1
  • Understand the terminology and features of iMovie v10.1 to quickly and efficiently produce quality movie projects.
  • Understand how to organize, edit, adjust, and add effects to movie clips.
  • Connect many clips together to create a complete movie project.
  • Produce fun trailers and understand the different options for sharing your movie projects created in iMovie v 10.1.

What is the target audience?

  • This iMovie v10.1 course is meant for users who are new to the Mac, who are not familiar with iMovie, or those looking for a quick refresher on iMovie. This course is not for you if you are looking for advanced video editing and production instruction.
  • We do not cover techniques for taking good quality video or photographs.

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Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to Tutor for iMovie 10.1
02:51

This lecture is an introduction to Tutor for iMovie. In this video we go over what we are going to cover in this course.

Section 2: Getting Started in iMovie 10.1
02:58

In this lecture we go over a few iMovie terms we are going to be using throughout the tutorial. These terms include Project, Clips, Timeline, Transitions, and Titles.

05:43

In this lecture we look at a finished project created with iMovie. In this movie project we can see various features we are going to cover in the tutorial including detaching audio, slowing down clips, creating connected clips, adding titles, and adding background audio or music.

05:37

In this lecture we look at the Projects View. With the Projects View we can view all the media in iMovie, all the projects in iMovie, as well as the projects that have been shared with iMovie Theater.

08:15

In this lecture we take a look at the Timeline View in iMovie. The Timeline View is where you assemble your movie project.

07:27

In this lecture we look a the different ways to select clips in iMovie.

Section 3: Importing and Organizing in iMovie 10.1
08:22

In this lecture we look at how to import photos and videos from an SD card as well as from your Hard Drive.

07:08

In this lecture we look at how to import your photos and videos from the Photos App into an event in iMovie.

10:16

In this lecture we look at how to organize our events and libraries in iMovie.

02:51

In this lecture we look at how we can merge two or more events together as well as split an event in iMovie.

04:52

In this lecture we look at how we can rate clips in iMovie. When we rate clips we can rate a clip as a favorite or we can reject clips.

04:32

In this lecture we look at creating projects in iMovie. These projects include both movie projects and movie trailer projects.

03:07

In this lecture we look at how to organize projects in iMovie. This includes renaming them and moving them to a different library.

Section 4: Working with a Movie Project in iMovie 10.1
03:58

In this lecture we look at the Movie Project Settings. With these settings we can change the theme being used, set if we want to have automatic content, have our movie fade in or out to black, as well as trim the background music.

08:33

In this lecture we look at the various ways to add clips, both photos and videos, to our project timeline in iMovie.

06:05

In this lecture we look at how we can insert a clip between other clips and how we can replace a clip with another clip.

07:16

In this lecture we look at how we can trim clips in our project timeline in iMovie as well as how we can use the Clip Trimmer to precisely trim clips and select a different portion of our clip that is used in the timeline.cture

03:27

In this lecture we look at how you can move clips in the timeline of an iMovie project as well as how you can split clips in the timeline.

05:14

In this lecture we look at how you can fade audio, mute audio, as well as detach audio from a clip in iMovie.

04:39

In this lecture we look at how to add transitions between our clips in the timeline on iMovie.

04:34

In this lecture we look at how we can change the duration of transitions in iMovie as well as how we can precisely edit our transition using the Precision Editor.

06:21

In addition to adding transitions to our timeline in iMovie, we can also add titles. In this lecture we look at how we can add titles including theme titles to our movie project in iMovie.

05:05

In this lecture we look at how you can add maps and backgrounds to your iMovie project.

04:40

With iMovie we can add audio clips and a number of sound effects to your movie project. In this lecture we look at how to add these sound effects to our movie project in iMovie.

03:15

In addition to sound effects, we can also add background audio or music to our projects in iMovie. This is what we look at in this lecture.

Section 5: Making Adjustments to Clips in iMovie 10.1
03:05

In this lecture we look at how we can automatically enhance the image and audio of a clip in iMovie. We also look at how we can view clip information.

03:18

In this lecture we look at how you can adjust the color balance of a clip in iMovie.

03:49

In this lecture we look at how we can match the color between two clips in iMovie.

02:21

In this lecture we look at how we can color correct clips in iMovie.

06:38

In this lecture we look at how we can crop and rotate clips in iMovie.

08:08

In this lecture we look at how we can add a slow zoom or pan across an image using the Ken Burns effect in iMovie.

05:53

In this lecture we look at how we can stabilize a shaky video clip in iMovie.

06:06

In this lecture we look at how we can add narration to a movie project in iMovie, as well as make various audio adjustments.

04:00

In this lecture we look at how we can reduce noise in a clip as well as add a preset audio equalizer to our clips in iMovie.

08:29

In this lecture we look at how we can slow down or speed up clips in our timeline in iMovie.

03:48

In this lecture we look at how we can add clip filters and audio effects to clips in our timeline in iMovie.

04:54

In this lecture we look at how we can add a fade effect to our clips in iMovie as well as add freeze frame and flash to freeze frame to clips.

04:10

In this lecture we look at how we can add an instant replay effect and rewind effect to our clips in iMovie.

03:44

In this lecture we look at how we can copy adjustments made in one clip and paste these adjustments into another clip in iMovie.

Section 6: Working wit Connected Clips in iMovie 10.1
04:35

In this lecture we look at how we can create a cutaway using connected clips in iMovie.

04:46

In this lecture we look at how we add transparency to the blue or green areas of our connected clips in iMovie.

02:57

In this lecture we look at how we can place clips side by side using connected clips in iMovie.

06:35

In this lecture we look at how we can create picture in picture effects including using keyframes in iMovie.

Section 7: Creating and Editing a Movie Trailer in iMovie 10.1
04:48

In this lecture we look at the Outline, Storyboard, and Shot List view of a movie trailer project in iMovie.

06:04

In this lecture we look at how we can add and edit clips to a movie trailer project in iMovie.

Section 8: Importing, Sharing, and Exporting Projects in iMovie 10.1
03:06

In this lecture we look at how we can import an iMovie project from an iPad or iPhone and continue editing it in iMovie for the Mac.

01:33

In this lecture we look at how we can send a project that we started with iMovie over to Final Cut Pro for further editing.

03:08

In this lecture we look at how we can share our projects to iMovie Theater.

05:03

In this lecture we look at how we can share our iMovie projects including sharing via email, Facebook, Vimeo, as well as exporting our project as file.

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Noteboom Productions, Ltd., Producer of Easy-to-Follow Video Tutorials

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!

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