Interface overview


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Interface overview

Now that we've gotten some footage into iMovie, I'd like to take some time to examine the iMovie window and interface. It's actually a pretty simple setup, but there are some key terms and interface elements that you should familiarize yourself with before you actually start using iMovie to edit video. For the most part, iMovie is a one-window application, a lot like its iLife siblings iTunes, GarageBand, iWeb, iPhoto, and iDVD. You will open other panels occasionally to tweak settings, but all the action is pretty much contained right here in this one window. As you can see, the window is divided into several areas, or panes.

We'll go into more details with each area in the following movies, but briefly, this is the Event Library here, which displays all the footage you've imported into iMovie, organized by event. And this is the event browser over here on the right, which shows you the content of whichever events you have selected over here on the left. In the upper-le...

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

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Video
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iMovie
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