Assembling shots in iMovie


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Assembling shots in iMovie

Now that we've imported the items into iMovie, we can create a movie to share with others. Simply click the Create button, and choose Movie. For now, don't worry about a theme. If you'd like to explore some of the more advanced options with iMovie, check out the essential training course available here on lynda.com. I'll click Create and give it a name. Now that you've done that, you just need to add the items to the sequence. Lets select the music clip, and make sure to click and drag through the entire clip. Now, clicking the Plus button, it'll add it to the timeline.

Let's have a listen. Sounds pretty good. Let's choose one of our clips from the iPhoto Library that we previously imported. I think I'll start with this ball rolling into the frame. By dragging through the frames that I want, I could then click the Plus button to add it. And then, hit the Home key to go back to the beginning. And the space bar to start to play. That looks good. But it went by a little bit...

Assembling shots in iMovie
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Assembling shots in iMovie provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Getting Started with Stop Motion Animation

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