iMovie 10 Demo and Tutorial – How to Make Movies on Your Mac

You can learn how to make movies on your Mac with iMovie in under 20 minutes. Today, we’ll cover: importing media, video editing, effects, color, transitions, music, titles, and more. If you want to learn more about iMovie, check the link below:

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ThunderBuddy01 says:

Great video!
Although I should point out something:
I’m sure you’re aware of this already, but when doing the fade outs (and fade ins) on video clips, there’s a box you can check in the settings menu on the timeline that says “fade out to black” (or “fade in to black”, whichever is desired). I usually do this whenever I make my videos.

I do wish Apple did an overhaul of this app. There are some scenes that I would like to intensify in my videos, and I don’t want to resort to using the ken burns effect on pictures that have been ridiculously cut down to 0.1 seconds, or using the same video effects multiple times. Another thing I wish iMovie would let you do is use multiple picture-in-picture scenes instead of limiting you to only one item at a time (as shown in this video). Also, animations would be good too, like for transitions for items you’d like in Picture-in-picture.

I know FCPX and Camtasia Studio for Max can do the stuff I mentioned before, but I (sadly) don’t have the *_$$$_* to shell out.

Zee-Al-Eid Ahmad Rana says:

In my opinion iMovie looks waaaaaay prettier than Premiere.

Lego Play Time says:

The big problem with iMovie is that it‘s the source of all those cliché transitions and text effects. I use iMovie quite a lot, but avoid presets.

superstar64 says:

Looks VERY similar to FCPX but with less stuff

RichardiOSG - Mostly GD says:

at least i have an iPhone that can use iMovie, but i don’t have a mac

DSVerified says:

Thanks for the demo, I now shall download the new iMovie software for my Mac, and I will use my knowledge to make my Roblox montage

Pedro Playz says:

First

BriLoves Animals24 says:

Cool!

…………I have PC…………….

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