Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting a final movie to the Camera Roll, part of iMovie for iOS Essential Training (2014).
…>> When you've completed your iMovie project,…you'll mostly likely want to share it with others.…So, in this final chapter, we're going to look at the ways in which you can…do this, including how to publish your video…over the Internet, on various video sharing services.…But first, let's take a look at how you could easily show your…movie to someone who happens to be in the same room with you.…And can watch the movie directly on your iPad.…Now, you could show your project full screen,…directly from here in iMovie by first selecting it.…And then tapping the Play button.…>> Hey, this is the Bernheisel Road entrance to the Appalachian trail.…My destination is Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania, about ten…miles that way, so I'm going to get going.…
>> But that means having to start up…iMovie each time you want to show your movie.…Also, if you have an Apple TV or other AirPlay-enabled device, iMovie has to…process your project for display on those devices each time you want to play it.…Which can take several seconds to several…
- 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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