Introduce users to interface, aspects of the app Picture vs. video: video is 24 pictures per second. Blow your audience away. Video, sequences of stills; control images, sound, text, graphics
Output methods, web-based, podcasting, online, digital
Introduce menu structure as well Inspector is everything fine-tuning Walkthrough after this
Making Movies Using iMovie
Making movies using iMovie
Getting to know Apple’s consumer-level digital video editing software
Why motion video, not pictures?
Effective medium for delivering a message
Visual motion typically more memorable than still pictures
Combine voice, stills, and motion content
Most video = 30 pictures per second
If a picture is worth a thousand words... you do the math
What’s it for?
Film your family vacation, edit it in iMovie
Record yourself giving a speech, upload it to YouTube
Design a video-based class project, burn it to DVD complete with
menus and chapters
Other learning resources
Apple’s iLife Tutorials: http://apple.com/ilife/tutorials
Crop Viewer Titles
Import / Switch Ratings Inspector Transitions
THE IMOVIE INTERFACE
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