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Friday, February 04, 2011

How To Use iMovie '11 Tutorials

Lynda.com, one of the best online training sites in the web, has just released a new video training tutorial course entitled iMovie '11 Essential Training. This training title covers the fundamentals on how to use iMovie '11 - an easy to use video editor from the iLife '11 suite. It's got a lot of interesting "iMovie how to" topics that include post-production process lessons on importing audio, video, and still images, adding iMovie effects to clips, creating trailers, and sharing your finished projects on social networks such as YouTube and Vimeo. And you'll get some great iMovie tips along the way, too. Also included are tutorials on adjusting audio levels, tagging clips, automatically identifying clips that include faces, adjusting color, adding titles, and using green screen effects to name a few. It's definitely a great tutorial series for beginners who would like to learn how to edit great videos using this easy-to-use application.

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Watch this introductory video to give you an idea of what you'll be learning in this how to use iMovie tutorial course (and scroll down to the bottom of this page to see even more sample videos from the course):

iMovie '11 Essential Training - Welcome



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Continue reading the rest of the article to see the topic outline for iMovie '11 Essential Training as well as some sample iMovie tutorial videos from the course.

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Title: iMovie '11 Essential Training
Author: Garrick Chow

Topics:
  1. Importing Video
    • Types of connections
    • Importing from a tape-based camera
    • Importing from a memory-based camera
    • Importing from a digital still camera
    • Importing from other sources
    • Capturing live action
  2. Understanding the Interface
    • Interface overview
    • The Event Library and Event Browser
    • Selecting and adding clips to a project
    • The toolbar
  3. Organizing Clips
    • Organizing events
    • Rating clips
    • Advanced rating tools
    • Tagging with keywords
    • Automatically finding people in your clips
    • Moving events to a different hard drive
    • Deleting unwanted clips from your hard drive
  4. Editing Video
    • Creating a new project
    • Adding clips to the project
    • Trimming and slip edits
    • Fine-tuning clips
    • Splitting clips
    • Cropping and rotating
    • The advanced Edit tool
    • Using a traditional timeline
  5. Working with Effects
    • Creating and adjusting still clips
    • Incorporating photos
    • Adjusting color
    • Using transitions
    • Adding titles
    • Using one-step effects
    • Stabilizing video
    • Using green screen effects
    • Creating movie trailers
  6. Working with Audio
    • Adjusting audio levels and position
    • Adding music and sound effects
    • Adding background music
    • Adding a voiceover
    • Extracting audio from other clips
    • Editing to the beat
  7. Sharing Your Movies
    • Exporting to iTunes
    • Exporting to the Media Browser
    • Sharing to iDVD
    • Publishing to a MobileMe web gallery
    • Publishing to YouTube, Vimeo, and iReport
    • Publishing to Facebook
    • Exporting QuickTime movies
    • Exporting a project for Final Cut
    • Changing published projects
    • Finalizing your project
    • Moving a project to another Mac

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Importing from a tape-based camera - iMovie "how to" tutorials


Moving events to a different hard drive - iMovie "how to" tutorials


Creating movie trailers - iMovie "how to" tutorials


Extracting audio from other clips - iMovie "how to" tutorials


Exporting to the media browser - iMovie "how to" tutorials



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