How to add to your screencast:• Pictures• Sound effects/music• Titles• Voiceovers
This menu is whereyou click to :• Add music/sound effects• Pictures• Titles
To add music or sound effects click on thebutton with the music note This screen will appear. Click on where you’d like to get your sound from: iMovie Sound Effects iLife Sound Effects GarageBand Or iTunes
Sound Effects When you select your sound effect source, the files in that choice will appear here. To hear the sound effect, click on one of the files. And click the play button.
Sound Effects To add a sound effect, you click on the file and drag it up to the portion of your project where you want the sound effect to go.
Sound Effects You know your sound effect was successfully added when you see this green box under the selected still in your project.
Sound Effects To edit you sound effect, click on this button
Sound Effects Click on Clip Adjustments to adjust the time length of your sound effect.
Click on the button with a camera on it to add a photo to your screencast.Your pictures mustbe in iPhoto inorder to to be ableto add a picture toyour screen cast.
You can add slides from a PowerPoint intoyour iMovie.When you save your PPT, click Save asPictures.Your slides will be saved to a file folder.Drag that file folder into iPhoto and you willbe able to add those slides into your screencast.
PicturesTo add yourpicture, click on itand drag it into thepart of your projectwhere you wantthe photo to be inyour screencast.
iMovie defaults to the Ken Burns effectwhen you add a picture into iMovie. TheKen Burns effect is when the picture zoomsin.iMovie allows to fit the picture to the screenor crop the picture.
Steps to take to adjust a picture 1. Click on the picture in your project 2. Click on the Crop button (it is located in the middle of the iMovie screen)
Then this screen will appear in the upper right hand corner of the iMovie screen Click on Fit for the picture to be stable on the still.Click on Crop to cropyour picture. Whenyou click crop thesegreen bars willappear, crop yourpicture by draggingthe green lines to thepart of the pictureyou want to show onyour still. Remember to click Done when you are finished adjusting your picture.
Click on this button to add a Title to your screencast. All of the different titles you can choose from will appear. To see how the Title will move, move your mouse over the Title and it will show how the title will appear in your screencast.
There are two ways to add Titles to yourscreen cast: The Title can be its own still The Titles can be inserted to a still
Title To add a Title to your screencast click on the title and drag it into to part of your project where you want the Title.
Title To add a Title as it’s own still, drag the Title between stills, when a vertical green bar appears, drop the title into the project.To add the Title into a movie still, drag it to thestill you want it to go and drop it into the still.
Title: Adding it as its own still After you drop the Title into your project, this screen will appear. This is your choices of background. Select the one you prefer.
After you choose your background, this screen will appear inthe upper right hand corner of you iMovie screen. Click on Show Fonts to change the size, color and type of font.
This screen will appear 2. Select color of font 3. Select1. Select the sizestyle offont 4. Click Done to save your changes.
Your changes will show up in the upper right had screen. 1. Type your title here 2. Click Done to finish editing your title. To see how your title will look click this button to play the still.
To add a title into a still To add a title to your screencast click on the title and drag it into to part of your project where you want the title. Click on the blue rectangle to type your Title.
To change themicrophone clickon the doublearrows.
This message will appear in the upper right hand screen.Follow these directions and where you want thevoiceover to begin
When you click on the project (where you want the voiceover to begin) the still have a yellow frame around it. Click on the spacebar when you are ready to record. You will hear a series of beeps that will let you know when to start speaking. When you are finished speaking, click the spacebar to stop recording.
This purple rectangle will appear to show you where your voiceover is.If you need to rerecord your voiceover, be sure to click on the purple rectangleuntil you see a yellow frame and click on the delete button on your spacebar.
Next you have to turn down the original audio. Click on thestill with the voiceover, the frame buttons will appear.
This drop screen will appear. Click onAudio Adjustments.
1 .Slide on the Volumebar until the sound isturned all the waydown. 2. Click on Done Your Voiceover is finished.
View the next slide presentation to learnhow to finalize (save) your project and shareit to YouTube.
A particular slide catching your eye?
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.