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The Mac iLife Suite comes with great applications such as iPhoto, iMovie and iWeb

iMovie: Adding Photos To Your iMovie Project

June 29, 2012 // 0 Comments

Adding photos in iMovie to your movie projects is one method on enhancing your video and making the content richer. Sometimes there isn’t enough footage or in the case of historical movies, there weren’t videos at only, only photos that could be scanned and converted into digital format. With iMovie, photos need not appear as such. With the right special effects, they can be made to look as if they have come alive. To add photos to your iMovie project, you have to first make sure that the ...Hier Weiterlesen

iMovie Tutorial: Creating an iMovie Project

June 28, 2012 // 0 Comments

iMovie Project A Project is essentially the movie that you will be creating using the different tools and functions iMovie. The project is the workflow where you can modify any aspect of the movie. Once you are done with the tweaking, the project can then be exported to the video format that you would like. Always remember that each home movie should have its own project. Creating the project and importing the videos that you want to work with are two different things. You can interchange their ...Hier Weiterlesen

iMovie Tutorial: Add Videos To Your iMovie Project

June 27, 2012 // 0 Comments

As the name implies, iMovie is primarily a video editing software. Yes, you may add image and audio files, but the main thing you will be working with is video.  Before you can actually begin mixing and matching content, the first thing you have to make sure is that all that videos that you will need have been imported and can be seen in the Events Library and you have created a Project File. Open the project by double clicking the project name. If the project is empty, it should be blank. If ...Hier Weiterlesen

iMovie Tutorial: Edit Video Clips in iMovie

June 26, 2012 // 0 Comments

There so many iMovie editing tools that you can use to produce a fantastic looking film. In this iMovie Tutorial you learn about some of the basic editing functions that you can apply to your video clip. These are usually done on the clips that are already in the Project Editor. Using these tips will instantly improve your videos. Make your video tighter. Make your videos snappier by removing unwanted scenes. When you added the video clip from the Event Browser, you might have exercise caution ...Hier Weiterlesen

iMovie Tutorial: Add Transitions To Your iMovie Project

June 25, 2012 // 0 Comments

iMovie Tutorial: Add Transitions to your Projects The key to making a good movie is to use creative ways of segueing to a scene and having fun with editing your home movie. iMovie has a plethora of Transitions that you can add to your project. Some of these include cross dissolving, wiping into another clip, zooming in or out, and fading in or out. It is advisable that you don’t go crazy with the Transitions and use every single item on the menu. In this iMovie tutorial learn how to add ...Hier Weiterlesen

iMovie Tutorial: Record A Video In iMovie

June 24, 2012 // 0 Comments

There are some instances where you may want to record some additional clips of yourself to use as a narration or an introduction perhaps. Or if you are into video blogs, you want the ease of shooting a video and editing it at once. Fortunately, for those who need that, iMovie has a built-in function that allows you to record a video using your Mac’s built in iSight camera and then making it available for editing into an iMovie project. To record a video clip directly into iMovie, press the ...Hier Weiterlesen

iMovie Tutorial: Enhance Your iMovie Project With Titles

June 21, 2012 // 0 Comments

Adding Text to your iMovie Projects Adding titles is a great way to add some text to your home movie. It can put emphasis on what is being shown on the clip, describe something, or identify an event or location. Titles can be placed in various ways throughout the project: over the video, over a background, or on one of the built-in animated background clip. All this is easily possible in iMovie. To add some title text over your project, open the project that you want to edit. Click the Title ...Hier Weiterlesen

iMovie: Importing Videos To iMovie

June 20, 2012 // 0 Comments

To be able to edit the different videos that you took using your camera, your iPhone and other various devices, you should import it to iMovie. These videos, once imported, will show up on iMovie’s Event Library. Before importing any videos, first check on your import settings. Launch iMovie and go to Preferences. Switch to the video tab and look through the import options. You can select to import the original size of the video or choose an optimized version that is smaller in size and ...Hier Weiterlesen

iMovie: Getting To Know The iMovie Interface

June 19, 2012 // 0 Comments

Getting to know iMovie – the Interface When you launch iMovie from the Dock or from your Applications folder, you will be taken to a grey interface. At first glance it does seem complicated because there are a lot of panes and buttons, but once you familiarize yourself with the different iMovie control, you will find iMovie as very intuitive and generally one of the easiest video editing software to use. Event Library Located on the left side of the app, the Event Library lists all the ...Hier Weiterlesen

iMovie Tutorial: An Introduction To iMovie

June 11, 2012 // 0 Comments

One of the greatest things about buying a Mac is that you get a unit that works straight out of the box. Not only that, but all Macs come installed with a variety of applications that makes your internet and multimedia experiences so much richer. All Macs with OS X Lion has a built-in suite of multimedia applications called iLife ‘11. iLife takes your photos, videos, and audio files to a whole new level. It is so much easier to create memorable content that you can share with your friends and ...Hier Weiterlesen
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