In this movie, I want to show you a technique for completely moving an iMovie…project from one Mac to another.…This can be useful if, say, you're on vacation and start editing an iMovie…project on your MacBook and then want to finish working on the project on your…iMac when you get home.…This requires that you move both your events containing the footage for your…project and the project file itself.…Now, we've already looked at how to move and store your events onto a separate…drive back in chapter 4.…So if you just need to know how to do that, you can go back and watch that movie.…Again, what I am going to show you here is how to move both your event footage…and project through an entirely different Mac.…
To do this, you're going to need an external drive that's formatted for Macs.…Now, most drives that you buy in stores or online come formatted for Windows.…And if you look here in iMovie in my Event Library, and I do have it set to be…showing my drives that are connected to my Mac,…I have a drive here called PICODRIVE that iMovie detects. But notice it has this…
- Importing footage and stills
- Organizing and locating clips using ratings and keyword tags
- Cropping, trimming, splitting, and fine-tuning clips
- Inserting transitions between clips
- Applying One-Step effects
- Stabilizing shaky footage
- Adding background music and voiceovers
- Synchronizing footage to specific points of an audio track
- Publishing content to YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook
- Exporting movies and projects
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Importing Video
3. Understanding the Interface
4. Organizing Clips
5. Editing Video
6. Working with Effects
7. Working with Audio
8. Sharing Your Movies
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