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In iMovie 11 Essential Training, author Garrick Chow illustrates the process of creating high-quality video using iMovie 11. The course covers the entire post-production process, from importing audio, video, and still images to adding effects, creating trailers, and sharing your finished projects on social networks. Also included are tutorials on adjusting audio levels, automatically identifying clips that include faces, and using green screen effects. Exercise files accompany the course.
In this movie, I just want to quickly show you what happens if you change your project after you have already published it to, say, MobileMe or to your Facebook page. I am going to select this clip here and just hit Delete on my keyboard to get rid of it. Now notice in addition to this dialog box appearing, I see little yellow exclamation points next to the places where I have shared this video to. And it's telling me that I have modified my project and I will need to share or finalize my project again when I am finished editing it. So basically it's telling me, hey you are making a newer version of this video. All the places you have published this video to are now out of date, so you are going to share them again.
So I can either choose to click Undo, to leave everything the way it was, or I can click OK and then continue to edit my video, and then once I have done with that, I will have to re-share them to all the locations I previously uploaded to, if I want the most current version on those sites. I am just going to Undo in this case. So I just wanted to quickly point out what those little yellow warning signs mean, when you do make changes to a project you have already published.
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