Once your movie is complete, it's time to share it with friends, family, or the rest of the world. This video show you how to export your movie project to iMovie Theater. iMovie Theater is a location in iMovie where you can export your movies so you can quickly access and play them. Anything you save to iMovie Theater is ready to play at anytime. Not only that, but if you use iMovie theater with your iCloud account, the movies you save to iMovie theater will be available to watch on any other devices where you’re logged in with your iCloud account, such as other Macs with iMovie, as well as in iMovie on iOS devices like the iPhone or iPad, and on the iMovie Theater channel on the Apple TV.
- [Voiceover] Once your movie is complete,…it's time to share it with friends, family,…or the rest of the world.…And in this day and age,…there are lots of ways to do it.…You could send your movie to your iPhone or iPad,…you can post it on YouTube,…publish it on Facebook,…or just save it to your Mac as a Quicktime file…and decide what to do with it later.…For this chapter, I've created a final version…of the Appalachian Trail running video…we've been working on.…If you have access to the exercise files for this course,…and you'd like to have a copy of it in iMovie…to play around with,…you'll find a file called AT Running Library…in the exercise files folder.…
To use it, you make a copy of the file…to your desktop or some other location on your Mac,…or just leave it in the exercise file folder.…Then here in iMovie,…choose File, Open Library, and Other.…Click Locate,…and then browse to that library file.…In my case, it's on the desktop…and in my exercise files folder,…and it's called AT Running Library.…So we'll open that up,…
- What's new in iMovie 10.1.2?
- Importing video
- Browsing events
- Adding clips to a new iMovie project
- Organizing and rating clips
- Trimming video
- Splitting, inserting, and connecting clips
- Creating still clips
- Adding photos, transitions, and titles
- Adjusting video speed
- Applying special effects
- Adding music and sound effects
- Sharing movies
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 05/23/2016 and 06/15/2016. What changed?
A: We revised one video, "Delete unwanted clips," to address updates found in iMovie 10.1.2.
1. Import Video
2. Understand the Interface
Interface overview5m 28s
3. Organize Clips
4. Edit Video
5. Work with Photos, Transitions, Titles, and Effects
6. Work with Audio
7. Share Your Movies
Export to iMovie Theater6m 24s
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