…So, we've seen the process of creating a new iMovie…project a couple of times at this point, and we've…noticed that each time you tap the Create button, you…have the choice of creating a movie or a trailer.…And so far, we've been working entirely with movies, which let you pick and…choose the content of your projects, and edit them together exactly as you want.…A movie trailer, on the other hand, is more…of a fun, stylized way to put together your footage.…As you probably know, a movie trailer is…the preview for films that play before the movies…you see in the theaters, or at the beginning…of DVDs or Blu-Ray disks you watch at home.…
Sort of a teaser to entice you to watch the movie when it comes out.…And although you could use the trailers you create in iMovie for the same thing.…Really, iMovie trailers are just an easy and fun way to share your footage.…They let you quickly assemble your best shots into…a slick-looking piece complete with music and credit sequences.…So to start, tap Trailer, and iMovie has 14 different templates to choose…
- Shooting with the built-in cameras
- Importing footage from other sources
- Adding clips to a project
- Trimming, splitting, and rotating clips
- Adjusting transitions between clips
- Adding still photos and titles
- Adding sound effects or background music
- Fading audio clips
- Adjusting playback speed
- Backing up a movie with iTunes
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Importing Video
3. Assembling and Editing a Project
4. Working with Audio
5. Sharing and Managing Your Projects
Sharing to iMovie Theater2m 42s
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