Learn how to great movies with iMovie and this tutorial. Tutor for iMovie includes 49 how-to videos on iMovie. The videos cover everything from the interface to importing your movies to using precision editing to using effects including green-screen to sharing with Facebook. Everything you need to create your next greatest hit with iMovie!
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In this lecture we give a brief overview of the lectures in this section including Terminology, and overview of the interface, and how we select clips.
In this lecture we go over some of the main terms iMovie uses including projects and clips.
In this lecture we go over the interface to iMovie including the preview screen, timeline, effects, and list of projects and clips.
In this lecture we show you how to select clips to add to your project. You'll find out how to select certain portions of your clips to add to your timeline.
An introduction to the next group of videos where you will learn how to import, view, and organize your videos, as well as rate your clips.
Before you can create a movie, you'll first need to import your clips. Find out how to import into iMovie in this lecture.
In this lecture you'll learn how to view your clips and projects, as well as organize your clips into different libraries.
Rating your clips makes it easy to find your favorite clips as well as hide your rejected clips when you are creating your project. Find out how in this lecture.
This lecture is an introduction to the next group of videos where you will learn how to work with your movies including creating projects, project settings, working with themes, adding, and replacing clips, working with the timeline, trimming and splitting clips, precision editing, adding photos, adding transitions, adding titles, and more.
In this lecture, you'll learn how to create a movie project, the first step in creating a movie. Projects contain all of your clips, photos, and audio you'll be using in your movie.
Your project has various settings. In this lecture you'll learn what these settings are and how to change them.
When you create a project, you can apply a theme to it. Themes include preset transitions and titles giving your move a professional look.
Learn how to view, add, enhance, and replace clips in your movie project in this lecture.
The timeline is where you place all your clips, audio, photos, transitions, and titles in you movie project. It's also where you apply effects. Learn how to work with the timeline in this lecture.
Learn how to trim, split, and move clips in you project in this lecture.
With precision editing, you can precisely edit where your clips are trimmed as well as precisely placing your transitions. Find out how to use precision editing in this lecture.
In addition to placing video clips in your project, you can also place photos in your project. Find out how to place photos as well as the different options you have with photos in this lecture.
iMovie has a number of different transitions you can add to your project. Transitions are what you place between your clips and determine how your clips transition from one to another. Find out how to add transitions in this lecture.
iMovie has a number of different titles you use in your project. Find out how to select and add these titles to your project in this lecture.
In iMovie you can add maps and backgrounds to your projects. Learn how in this lecture.
You can easily add audio as well as detach audio from your video clips. Learn how in this lecture.
With adjustments you can adjust the color in your clips, stabilize your clips, and match color between two clips. In this lecture we give an introduction to what we are going to cover in this section of lectures.
Before you make any adjustments, you'll need to learn who to select your clips to add the adjustments to. Find out how to select clips for adjustments in this lecture.
Learn how to adjust the color in your clip as well as learn how to color correct your clips in this lecture.
If you have two clips that are not matching in color, learn how you can match the color of one clip to another in this lecture.
In this lecture learn how to crop, rotate, and add the Ken Burns effect, which is a slow zoom or pan across your photos or videos, to clips in your project.
in iMovie you can stabilize your clips. This can come in handy if you hand hold your camera. Learn how to stabilize clips in this lecture.
In this lecture we go through the different audio adjustments you can make in iMovie.
Learn the different video and audio effects you can make to clips in this lecture.
An introduction to the next group of videos where you will learn how to work with connected clips.
Learn how to use connected clips to add effects to your project in this lecture.
In this lecture, you'll learn how to create cutaways in your project.
In this lecture, you'll learn how to use green-screen/blue-screen effects to your project.
You can place two clips side by side in your project. Find out how in this lecture.
You can easily place a clip within another clips in iMovie, this is called Picture in Picture. You can place where the picture is placed within the other picture as well as a few other options. Find out who to use Picture in Picture in this lecture.
An introduction to the next group of videos where you will learn how to work with various other effects including fade, flash, freeze, as well as slow down, rewind, and reverse your clips. You will also learn to copy adjustments.
Learn how to a work with Fade, Flash, and Freeze effect in iMovie.
In this lecture you'll learn how to slow down, speed up, and reverse your clips in iMovie.
Learn how to add special effects such as rewind and instant replay in this lecture.
When you add effects and adjustment to clips, you can copy those effect and adjustment to other clips. Learn how in this lecture.
An introduction to the next group of videos where you will learn how to create and edit your own movie trailers.
In this lecture you'll learn how to create a movie trailer with your clips and photos. We also cover the basic settings for Movie Trailers.
When working with Movie Trailers, you have different views or modes. See how you work with these modes in this video.
In this video we look at how we can add and edit clips and photos in our movie trailer.
In this lecture you'll get a brief introduction to the next set of lectures covering sharing options in iMovie.
With iMovie Theater you can easily share your finished project with an iPad or iPhone. Find out how to share to your iOS devices using iMovie Theater in this lecture.
With iMovie you can share your finished movies online including sharing on Facebook. Learn how in this lecture.
Conclusion to the tutorial.
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