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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.
And there you have it, all the essential information you need to start producing your own polished works of video art with iMovie 11. You know, as a lynda.com author, I am trained and pretty well versed with professional video editing applications like Final Cut Pro, but I always find myself coming back to iMovie for most of my projects, because it's just so simple and easy to use from start to finish. It's really become my go-to application when I need to put together some footage of a family get-together or a social event. I hope you'll take the time to import all of your own footage into iMovie 11 and really run it through its paces.
I think you'll be more than pleased with your results, and you'll have a lot of fun doing it. So that does it for iMovie 11 Essential Training. I am Garrick Chow. See you next time!
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