Apple's latest version of iMovie includes all you need to make professional-looking movies. Dive deep into this iMovie course now to learn everything about it, from importing and editing your footage to exporting your movie masterpiece!
Whether you're looking to quickly edit family footage, create a fun Hollywood-style trailer, or produce a short film, iMovie's got you covered! At first glance, Apple's entry video-editing app may look easy to use, but it packs lots of functionalities hidden under the hood. This course, by iMovie expert Matt Vanacoro, is designed to take you step-by-step through every feature of iMovie. Watch it now, and get a full understanding of this powerful and free video editing app!
Matt starts the course by explaining the difference between Projects, Events and Media, a crucial concept to grasp to fully understand iMovie. Then, you learn different ways to import and organize your footage, and you discover how to add clips to the Timeline and start editing. From there, you get into iMovie's transition, color correction, and video stabilization features, while learning important key commands guaranteed to speed up your workflow. It's often said that "sound is half the picture", so there's a whole section on iMovie's audio features, where you learn about audio effects, noise reduction, music and sound effects. You also learn about adding Photos and titles to your project, how to work with iMovie on iOS devices, how to export your footage, how to quickly create a blockbuster trailer, and more...
So take a seat and grab some popcorn, because you're about to learn how to make a movie from start to finish with iMovie!
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Neil Gilmartin wrote on April 3, 2021
I've already used iMovie a few times but it's been a while, so I found this course to be a great way to review tools and functions that I was starting to forget. The course also covers a bunch of really useful features I wasn't aware of previously, so I've learned new things in addition to consolidating old ones. The videos are bite-sized and easily digestible and the general feel is just nice and light.