Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Moving events to a different hard drive, part of iMovie 10.0.2 Essential Training.
…The last two movies in this chapter are…about how to save space on your hard drive.…Because video takes up a lot of space, and as you continue to add…footage into iMovie, you might find that…your hard drive starts getting full pretty quickly.…The first option you have is to store your footage on a…second hard drive, or even move existing events to another hard drive.…Let's first take a field trip outside of iMovie for a few moments.…And out here I'm going to go to the Finder.…And I'll go to my home folder, by choosing Go > Home.…Inside your home folder, you'll find Movies.…And inside Movies you'll find the iMovie library.…This is the file that contains all the events, projects and footage in iMovie.…
This is not a file you want to mess around with because…iMovie organizes your data inside it in a very specific way.…Also if you have the previous version of iMovie…installed, as I do, you'll see these iMovie events…and iMovie projects folders here, too, which we can…just ignore since we're working with the new version.…
- Importing video
- Organizing events
- Adding clips to a project
- Trimming and split editing
- Cropping and rotating
- Adjusting color
- Adjusting the speed of clips
- Creating movie trailers
- Adding background music and voice-over
- Sharing your movies
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 12/03/2014. What changed?
A: There is a new movie that covers the changes to iMovie 10.0.6. The author also updated the "Exploring the other sharing options" movie.
1. Importing Video
2. Understanding the Interface
Interface overview4m 41s
3. Organizing Clips
4. Editing Video
5. Working with Photos, Transitions, Titles, and Effects
6. Working with Audio
7. Sharing Your Movies
Exporting to iMovie Theater6m 26s
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