Adding a voiceover


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Adding a voiceover

In addition to letting you adjust and add pre-recorded audio files, iMovie also features the ability of letting you record your own voiceover narration to your movies live while watching the movie. This is a great feature if you're the type of person that likes to do a lot of explaining while people are watching your videos, like "the beach was completely deserted at 6:00 a.m. in the morning," or "I almost dropped my camera in the water in this shot." Sure, you can also record your own voiceover in a separate program, but the advantage of recording directly into iMovie is that you can watch your video as you speak. That lets you do sort of a director's commentary style narration, too, if you'd like to.

You can use your Mac's built-in mic, if it has one, or you can simply pick up an inexpensive USB microphone from any computer or office supply store. To record a voiceover, you click the Voiceover button in the toolbar, and here you can choose what audi...

Adding a voiceover
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Adding a voiceover provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iMovie 11 Essential Training

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