Scoring a movie


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Scoring a movie

Let me show you how to score a movie in GarageBand '11. Under the New Project chooser double-click on the Movie project type and save your file. I am going to create a score for a snowboarding video clip. Click Create and GarageBand opens up a project file but with a couple of things displayed that you don't normally see. Movie Markers and the Movie Track are displayed right up here with our normal GarageBand timeline. Basically the Movie Marker area is the editor for a movie track, so it's just like opening the editor and the Movie Track itself is shown and hidden just by choosing it from the Track menu.

And also we are currently set up to be browsing in the Media Browser over to the Movies directory, so if you actually have iMovie projects that you have created, your videos will show up here as well. For the moment I just have a QuickTime video clip on the hard drive, so I am going to go ahead to my finder and here's my Tahoe movie clip and I am going to drag it into the ...

Scoring a movie
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Scoring a movie provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Todd Howard as part of the GarageBand '11 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
Software:
GarageBand
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