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    • 1IMOVIE ’08WORKSHOP The Professional Development Series in College of Education at Texas Tech University Ninghua Han & Jason Torres EDIT · TTU 2010. 4
    • Why iMovie?2 Why? Easy to High use quality
    • Cycle of iMovie3 Shoot Import Export iMovie Event Project
    • Import video clips4 Two Questions What How to kinds of import videos can videos? be imported?
    • What kinds of videos can be imported?5 1. Connect DV or HDV camera to your Mac’s FireWire FireWire jack. Camera 2. Be sure the camera is turned on and in its VCR mode. 1. Connect your camera to the Mac’s USB port. Tapeless 2. Be sure the camera is turn on and set to its PC Camera connect mode. Other 1. Hard Disk 2. iSight Sources
    • How to import videos?6 1. Choose File > Import From Camera. FireWire Camera Tapeless 1. Choose File > Import From Camera. Camera Other 1. Hard Disk: Choose File > Import Movies. 2. iSight: Choose File > Import From Camera. Sources
    • Tips of Importing7 1 2 3 When Make sure you have You can control your importing, it is enough disk space. camera using the better to close transport buttons in other You also can create iMovie’s import window. applications. events on your external hard drive. But for more precise control, view LCD and use your camera’s buttons.
    • Manage Event8 1 Event library: rename 2 Play the events 3 Event Browser 4 Edit event: mark, delete
    • Tips9  Delete:  File > Move rejected to trash  Color:  Green Line: Favorite footages  Red Line: Rejected footages  Blue Line: Keywords  Orange Line: Footages that have been selected and dragged into project
    • Edit Project10 1 Create a new project 2 Add clips to a project, Swap 3 Trimming 4 Cropping and Rotating clips
    • Edit Project11 5 Add photo: crop, fit, Ken Burns, color, time 6 Add transition: time, delete 7 Add audio: audio adjustment, voiceover 8 Add title: edit, time
    • Tips12  Trimming:  Trimming does not delete your footages that you have trimmed, only hides them.  Adding photo:  Create a image with transparency by PhotoShop, save as PNG, then drag onto a clip in iMovie. (Logo)  You can use Ken Burns to create zoom in and zoom out effects. You also can vary zoom direction.  If you want to a picture go slow, you can extend picture’s duration time.
    • Tips13  Adding audio  Background music  Audioclip  Recording  Adding title  Create a title by Photoshop, then add in iMovie as a photo. You also can apply the Ken Burns for your title.
    • Share and Publish14 Your YouTube iTunes(Shanghai Trip YouTube (TTU iTunes)URL:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCe_0RITsHM ) Share Mac Web Gallery Media Browser Publish A movie file Quick Time Movie (MPEG 4) (MOV)
    • Limitation15  Can not do:  Stabilize shake video  Picture in Picture  Slow down, speed up, and reverse video  Add theme iMovie’0 9 ‘09 http://www.apple.com/ilife/tutorials/#imovie
    • Video in education16  Stimulate students’ interests and motivation  Present course content  Inspire students’ new ideas or critical thinking
    • iMovie in education17  Easy to take a educational video  Easy to edit a educational video  Easy to publish and share with your students
    • References18  http://www.apple.com/ilife/tutorials/#imovie  http://www.macilife.com/imovie/  http://www.youtube.com/  The Macintosh iLife ’08