Today’s Tech Tuesday is a workshop on editing your iMovie once you’ve imported all of your content. Use these tutorials to rock your iMovie.
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- Enjoying and Organizing Your Video – Learn how to skim through your event library, preview videos full-screen with coverflow, and organize your footage to make it easy to browse and review.
- Adding Transitions Between Video Clips – Use transitions to move between scenes with effects such as ripple, mosaic, or page curl.
- Adding Titles to your iMovie – Add professional-looking titles and closing credits to your video. You can even customize title text by choosing the font style, size and color.
- Trimming Edits Between Video Clips – Fine-tune your video images and audio with iMovie’s advanced editing tools to create professional-looking movies.
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- Add Animated Travel Maps – Choose from a number of animated globes and maps to enhance your travel video.
- Stabilize Shaky Video – Even if you shot your movie on a rutted road, you can easily get rid of the bounce and smooth the image for better viewing.
- Crop, Resize or Rotate your Video Clips – Easily reframe your movie by cropping, resizing, or rotating video clips.
- Add Video Effects – Set the mood and tone of your movie by applying one of many video effects, such as aged film, cartoon, vignette, dream, sepia, or X-ray.
- Adding Theme Titles and Transitions – Add animated titles and graphical transitions to give your themed project a professional look.
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- Create Picture-in-Picture Effects – Nest one video clip inside another with this advanced tool. Use the Picture-in-Picture effect to show someone narrating the action or to present two different scenes taking place at the same time.
- Slow Down, Speed Up, and Reverse your Video – Create fun effects by changing the speed and direction of your video.
- Adding Sound Effects and Other Video – Bring your movie to life by adding audio from the iLife Sound Effects library.
- Add Background Music to your iMovie – Customize your videos with background music. Use songs from your iTunes library or choose sound effects and music from the iLife Sound Effects library.
- Record a Voiceover – Easily record a voiceover and add narration or commentary to your video.
What else do you want to know how to do? Ask your iMovie question as a comment on this post.