Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Importing from an iPhone or iPod touch, part of iMovie for iOS Essential Training (2014).
…It's pretty obvious that shooting video with your iPad is kind of unwieldy.…It's not the most comfortable thing to have to shoot video for…an extended period of time while holding your iPad with two hands.…If you have an iPhone or an iPod…touch you'll probably find it much more comfortable…to record video with one of those devices since you can hold them in one hand.…But then how do you get your footage from your iPhone to the iPad to edit in iMovie?…Let's take a look at three different ways.…After you have shot footage on your iPhone, connect it to your computer.…Now here on my Mac, my iPhone shows up on iPhoto and…I can easily select and import the photos and videos I shot.…
I suggest creating an album named something like…video for iPad to store your video's in.…It makes it much easier to locate and…import them to your iPad as you'll see shortly.…iPhoto asks do I want to keep or delete the videos that are on my phone.…I'll say keep videos, and now the videos are here…in iPhoto in the album I created called for iPad.…
- 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
GarageBand '11 Essential Trainingwith Todd Howard4h 58m 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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