Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Shooting with the built-in cameras, part of iMovie for iOS Essential Training (2014).
…Before you can start editing footage together in iMovie, you, of…course, need to have some footage in your iPad to work with.…So, in this chapter, we'll take a look…at several ways to import video into your iPad.…One of the easiest ways to shoot a video is with the…iPad's built-in camera, which eliminates the…need to import video from another source.…Now, there are two ways in which you can shoot video for your project.…You can shoot with the iPad's Camera app, or you can shoot directly in iMovie.…Let's take a look at both methods, starting with the Camera app.…As you're probably aware, the iPad has two cameras,…one in the back and one in the front.…If you want the highest quality video, be sure to use the rear-facing camera.…
Because, even though the current crop of iOS devices have HD cameras on…both front and back, the rear-facing…camera is always the highest resolution camera.…If necessary, tap the portion of the image where your…subject is to make sure the iPad exposes that area properly.…And, when you're ready to record, tap the record button.…
- 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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