iMovie 08 101
Core iMovie '08
Genre: Video
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Capture & edit video, then share your films on YouTube! This tutorial shows you how ...
Francesco Schiavon is a recognized expert in the topic of digital media deployment for web and optical disc. A dedicated educator, Francesco has spent the last decade teaching in some of Canada's leading multimedia schools.
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Overview
Status: Available | Released: Feb 29th, 2008
You've got an idea, and you want to put it on YouTube. iMovie comes with your Mac, and it's the perfect tool for the job!

These days, all digital still cameras can also take video. HD video cameras are so small, you can fit them in your pocket! The video age has arrived, and you are part of it. Once you know a few tricks, editing video is easy.

This tutorial starts with a comprehensive overview of how to capture video and prepare it for editing. You'll learn how to capture video from still cameras, DV & HD camcorders, and also solid-state cameras like the new generation of Memory Stick Camcorders.

Next comes a detailed exploration of the video editing process. Editing clips, adding transitions, and text effects like scrolling credit sequences are all clearly explained.

All professional video producers know audio tells a big part of any video story ... this tutorial contains a big section on how to work with audio in your productions. You'll learn how to add background music, record voice overs, and "duck" background music to provide more space for spoken words in the mix.

When your video is finished, it's time to share it with the world. Towards the end of this tutorial you'll learn how to publish your video on the internet using iWeb and .Mac. But best of all, there's a full section on publishing your video to YouTube ... see and hear the process by watching these videos!

This is a comprehensive tutorial, but you don't need to watch it all. Use the search functions and detailed menus to quickly find important topics - that's the essence of Nonlinear Educating using N.E.D.!

Check out the Table of Contents below to see all the topics this tutorial contains.
Outline
Section 1: Acquiring Your Media
Section 2: Managing Clips
Section 3: Editing Basics
Section 4: Video Adjustments
Section 5: Using Transitions
Section 6: Working With Titles
Section 7: Cropping Clips
Section 8: Adding Still Photos
Section 9: About iMovie HD
Section 10: Audio Basics
Section 11: Creating Voice Overs
Section 12: Deeper Into Audio
Section 13: Sharing Through iTunes
Section 14: About The Media Browser
Section 15: Sharing Through YouTube
Section 16: Exporting Video
Section 17: Using Final Cut XML
Section 18: Sharing Extras
Section 19: File Management
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