iMovie

iMovie

iMovie

View in Mac App Store $14.99 Category: Video Updated: Jan 23, 2014 Version: 10.0.2 Size: 1.94 GB Languages: English, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian Seller: Apple Inc. © 1999-2001, 2003-2014 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Compatibility: OS X 10.9.1 or later Description(…)

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iMovie Tips

iMovie Tips

Get Your Touch On Apple may not feel that touchscreen computers are in its future, but they aren’t shy about adding multitouch gestures to their desktop apps for laptop users and those of us rocking a Magic Trackpad. iMovie ’11 is no exception, and features a trio of such gestures. The first multitouch tip enables(…)

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Connect your camera or camcorder

Connect your camera or camcorder

Digital cameras and camcorders allow you to capture memorable events. Learn how to import your photos and videos from your camera or camcorder. Digital camerasWith iPhoto, you can organize, edit, and share your photos. Your friends and family may enjoy your vacation videos even more after you edit the footage in iMovie. If your looking(…)

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ScreenCast Online

ScreenCast Online

  Learn all about the new features introduced with Mountain Lion and iCloud as well as regular up to date tutorials all about the Mac and OSX. In addition, we have tutorials on some of Apple’s leading applications including iLife, iWork, Aperture, iBooks Author and more…ScreenCastsOnline

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iMovie

iMovie

Customizing: Using analog/FireWire converter devices with iMovie: You can convert video in 8 mm, Hi8, VHS, or SVHS format to digital video (DV) format, using a special converter box (sometimes referred to as AV adapters), such as the Sony DVMC-DA2 or the Synchrotech Formac Studio.If you use a converter to import non-DV video, you can’t(…)

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iMovie

iMovie

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Using iMovie:

Using iMovie:

Customizing: Using analog/FireWire converter devices with iMovie: You can convert video in 8 mm, Hi8, VHS, or SVHS format to digital video (DV) format, using a special converter box (sometimes referred to as AV adapters), such as the Sony DVMC-DA2 or the Synchrotech Formac Studio.If you use a converter to import non-DV video, you can’t(…)

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Plug-Ins

How to Install Additional Plug-Ins: You can extend iMovie’s features by installing plug-ins. Apple and third parties have created plug-ins for iMovie. How to install additional plug-ins: 1. Quit iMovie, if it is open.2. Click the Finder in the Dock.3. Choose Go to Folder from the Go menu.4. Type “~/Library” and click Go.5. If you(…)

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Keyboard Shortcuts

You can use your keyboard to quickly accomplish many tasks in iMovie. To learn the shortcuts for common commands, refer to the list below. Getting information: Open iMovie Help > Command-?Show project properties > Command-JShow date, time, and keywords for video frames > Command-Y Importing and exporting: Import from camera > Command-IExport project to a(…)

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Publishing

Publishing directly to YouTube: You can publish your iMovie project directly to the YouTube website. YouTube is an independent website that freely hosts videos by its community members. To post to YouTube, you must have a YouTube account. To publish to YouTube: Select your project in the Project Library, and then choose Share > YouTube.(…)

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Watching

Watching your movies on Apple TV: If you want to view one of your iMovie projects on your Apple TV, you need to send it to iTunes. When you send your project to iTunes, iMovie allows you to create one or more movies of different sizes, depending on the size of the original media that’s(…)

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Creating

Creating

Using iSight with iMovie: In addition to DV FireWire camera support, iMovie 4 added compatibility with some IIDC-based FireWire video cameras including the external version of the Apple iSight camera. To use the built-in iSight included with some Macintosh models, use iMovie HD 6 or later. If your iSight camera is not recognized by iMovie(…)

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Editing

Editing

Cropping video clips: Cropping allows you to edit a clip by keeping only the portion of video you like and removing the rest. It’s a good idea to crop your clips before dragging them out of the Clips pane and into your movie. However, you can also crop a clip after you’ve added it to(…)

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Exporting

Exporting

Export Settings: You can customize the export settings when you export a movie to QuickTime. To customize these settings: Choose File > Export. Choose Expert Settings from the Formats pop-up menu. Click the Export button. Choose Movie to QuickTime Movie from the Export pop-up menu. Click the Options button. Click the Settings button in the(…)

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Customizing

Customizing

Using analog/FireWire converter devices with iMovie: You can convert video in 8 mm, Hi8, VHS, or SVHS format to digital video (DV) format, using a special converter box (sometimes referred to as AV adapters), such as the Sony DVMC-DA2 or the Synchrotech Formac Studio.If you use a converter to import non-DV video, you can’t control(…)

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Importing

Importing

Using footage from DV and non-DV sources: iMovie is designed to work with the following video formats: DV DV Widescreen HDV 1080i (25 and 30 fps) HDV 720p (25 and 30 fps) MPEG 4 Simple Profile iSight However, because iMovie uses QuickTime to process video and audio footage, you may be able to import footage(…)

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