Sending to iMovie


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Sending to iMovie

Now that we have the clips on our computer, we can bring them into iMovie for some additional editing. Here, we'll add the clips together sequentially, as well as insert a music track to give it a little bit of extra life. Let's start by importing some of the files. Click the Import button, and you can easily see content. Note, you could directly import from the iPad, and this is an alternative to bring into the iPhoto library, like we did earlier. It's very similar, and you can use this to quickly browse the clips by dragging and scrubbing through them.

You also can navigate to your computer. In my case, I have a few files on the Desktop, and I've put them into a folder. So they were organized. Let's grab this music file, and this is a piece of music that we purchased to use in our production. I'll click Import Selected. Let's additionally import a few more clips, and from here, I'll go into the Exports folder. I have a movie file, which is of the banana, and I can click ...

Sending to iMovie
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Sending to 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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