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Add Extra Effects to iMovie 10.2 for free.
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Add Extra Effects to iMovie 10.2 for free.

In this video I want to show you a hidden trick on how to use the standard titles and backgrounds to give your videos some WOW factor. WATCH NEXT: 1000s titles for iMovie. https://youtu.be/qzfA6z_Sbeg If you enjoyed this video and would like to just BUY ME A ☕️ COFFEE as a thank-you: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/trainingfcp - thank-you for your support 👍 iMovie - One-on-One personal tuition: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/imovietraining/ TIMESTAMPS: ⏰ Beginning: 0:00 Remove part of the audio: 0:24 Reduce Audio levels: 0:39 Modify Duration of Freeze frame: 1:12 Fill Gaps in the Audio: 2:25 I'm Bruce Macbryde and my aim is to increase your knowledge and speed up your workflow in iMovie. 👨‍💻 These YouTube tutorials are great for learning iMovie, but when you have questions they don’t always get answered in a prerecorded tutorial. Save time searching through Youtube and instantly answer your questions with personal tuition - I’ll show you, on your computer. Click. https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/imovietraining/ This Lesson is part of the series of iMovie Tutorials: You can download the Free course material to work with: https://tinyurl.com/wcogof3 As you progress through these lessons you will have questions. We would like to help you with “one-on-one” personal tuition - you can share your screen and we will show you how to resolve your queries. Please click ✅ LIKE, and ▶️ “SUBSCRIBE", & Click the Bell 🛎 so you will be notified when new lessons are released. This helps me make more lessons for you. You can also ▶️ “SUBSCRIBE", & Click the Bell 🛎 by clicking this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOE_zSaeU1xd9yIk6kfwf_A?sub_confirmation=1 The training iMovie web site is: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/imovietraining/ When you purchase something after clicking links above, we may earn a small commission. Recommended Playlist – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP6q-YgX0RNL7E_JPcW7UxFtCLxCk9jcQ #iEffectsiMovie #BackgroundsiMovie #iMovietitles
iMovie 10.2.1 - macOS Big Sur - Training iMovie 10.2.1
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iMovie 10.2.1 - macOS Big Sur - Training iMovie 10.2.1

Video showing iMovie 10.2.1 running on both macOS Big Sur as well as Catalina. Also, the old version of iMovie 10.1.16 running on Big Sur. WATCH NEXT: 2 minutes to make a movie - iMovie quick start. https://youtu.be/iINyQ9daoPA However, in real life, there is no discernible difference between 10.1.16 and 10.2.1. No new meaningful new features except being prepared for Apple Silicon Macs. If you enjoyed this video and would like to just BUY ME A ☕️ COFFEE as a thank-you: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/trainingfcp - thank-you for your support 👍 TIMESTAMPS: ⏰ Beginning: 0:00 Launching iMovie comparisons: 0:54 The old version runs on Big Sur: 1:57 New Version iMovie runs on Catalina: 2:09 Don't need to upgrade libraries: 2:20 What's New: 2:44 I'm Bruce Macbryde and my aim is to increase your knowledge and speed up your workflow in iMovie. 👨‍💻 These YouTube tutorials are great for learning iMovie, but when you have questions they don’t always get answered in a prerecorded tutorial. Save time searching through Youtube and instantly answer your questions with personal tuition - I’ll show you, on your computer. Click. https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/imovietraining/ This Lesson is part of the series of iMovie Tutorials: You can download the Free course material to work with: https://tinyurl.com/wcogof3 As you progress through these lessons you will have questions. We would like to help you with “one-on-one” personal tuition - you can share your screen and we will show you how to resolve your queries. Please click ✅ LIKE, and ▶️ “SUBSCRIBE", & Click the Bell 🛎 so you will be notified when new lessons are released. This helps me make more lessons for you. You can also ▶️ “SUBSCRIBE", & Click the Bell 🛎 by clicking this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOE_zSaeU1xd9yIk6kfwf_A?sub_confirmation=1 The training iMovie web site is: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/imovietraining/ Equipment used in the making of this video: Sony PXW-FS5 Super 35 Cinema Camera: https://amzn.to/2YpXJmF Sony a6000 Camera; https://amzn.to/31lfLsq Blue ICE Microphone: https://amzn.to/3j5bhw0 Microphone Scissor stand: https://amzn.to/2EiXumL Green Screen: https://amzn.to/3glC0Cw When you purchase something after clicking links above, we may earn a small commission. Recommended Playlist – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP6q-YgX0RNL7E_JPcW7UxFtCLxCk9jcQ #imoviebigsur #newiMovie #iMovieupdate
Transfer iMovie project to Final Cut Pro - training iMovie 10.2
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Transfer iMovie project to Final Cut Pro - training iMovie 10.2

This tutorial shows you how to move an iMovie project to Final Cut Pro and have full editing available in the Final Cut Pro timeline. WATCH NEXT: Essential Knowledge for your Switch from iMovie to Final Cut Pro 10.5. https://youtu.be/EcLd6DmY-98 This is a seamless process and is easy to achieve. WARNING: One thing you need to know is, that while the project will be fully editable in Final Cut Pro, it relies on the iMovie original files to be on a disk that is attached to your computer. To transfer the files as well as the project look at this tutorial. https://youtu.be/FS0h77pUgOA Recently Apple has increased the length of time for the Final Cut Pro trial period to 90 days. To get a free trial of Final Cut Pro for your Mac: https://www.apple.com/au/final-cut-pro/trial/ This is a great time for those iMovie users who had “hit the wall” with the limited features in iMovie - particularly with audio functionality. DOWNLOAD FREE BOOK THE BEGINNER'S VIDEO EDITING GUIDE: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/videoeditguide If you enjoyed this video and would like to just BUY ME A ☕️ COFFEE as a thank-you: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/trainingfcp - thank you for your support 👍 TIMESTAMPS: Apple's 90 days Free Trial: 0:13 Start the transfer: 0:35 Opens In Final Cut Pro X: 1:54 I’m Bruce Macbryde and my goal is to improve your knowledge and speed up your workflow in Final Cut Pro. 🎬 Final Cut Pro. 👨‍💻 These YouTube tutorials are great for learning Final Cut, but your questions don’t always get answered in a prerecorded tutorial. Save time searching through Youtube and get an instant answer, on your computer, with personal one-on-one tuition. https://trainingfinalcutpro.com iMovie is the ideal way of transitioning to Final Cut Pro as the code that iMovie is written in is, in fact, a subset of the actual Final Cut Pro code. What you learn here will quickly get you running with Final Cut Pro. BUT, don’t fret that iMovie will not be enough for you - It is "A VERY" capable video editor for first-time users. This is part of a complete course of 20 lessons, that will have you an expert in iMovie, and should you wish have to able to easily transition to Final Cut Pro, as what you are learning here has many similarities with FCP. As you progress through these lessons you will have questions. We are able to help you with one-on-one personal tuition - you can share your screen and we will show you how to resolve your queries. TRANSCRIPT: In this session, you'll learn how to move an iMovie project to Final Cut Pro. This will be very advantageous in this current lockdown situation, where Apple is offering 90 days free trial of Final Cut. This will give you the opportunity to give a good try of Final Cut. You can use your already established iMovie projects. What we'll be doing is moving to the "File" menu. You can see that "Send iMovie to Final Cut Pro" is one of the commands. What we've got here is, a sample movie that we've created with the iMovie sessions to date. With this, we can see that there's a title, in fact, there are two titles - we've got some music. We've also detached some audio is to play over several clips. We've got an input coming here showing Sydney. Using the "world maps in the background" feature that iMovie has here - so we're using one of these here. We have a clip that's been imported into iMovie - it's a transparent clip so you're only seeing the words and the objects - the rest of the clip is transparent as you can see in the background here. So that's all transparent, but you can see the clip here. Finally, we have some transitions that take us out at the end. It's most of the things that you will be doing in iMovie. We'll see how these all transfer to Final Cut. Our object is to go to the "File" menu - we'll select "send to iMovie into Final Cut" and then immediately - depending on the speed of your computer, of course, it will come straight into Final Cut. There we can see the iMovie library - this is the project itself and now you can see it's opened up in the timeline. We have the globe that we produced an iMovie. We have the text, we have the overlay object with the transparent background. Here is the music track and here is the transition at the end. Now should be what to change that transition we could simply come to our transitions over here in Final Cut and where it is a blur at the moment, we can change it to something else. so here we now change. There's a different type of transition. The text itself, we can take that we can come up to the text in here. We can change that to the "best winner". As you can see everything has been transferred in its entirety and it's all modifiable. We could move this down to this position here if we wanted to #iMovietoFCP #finalcutfreetrial #howtotransferimovieprojecttofinalcutpro x #iMoviecourse #iMovietutorial
New Filters iMovie update 10.1.15 - iMovie Tutorial - COMIC VIDEO Cartoon
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New Filters iMovie update 10.1.15 - iMovie Tutorial - COMIC VIDEO Cartoon

This video is about the new filters in the iMovie update 10.1.15. There have been a number of reports about problems that have surfaced after updating to 10.1.15. For anyone experiencing problems with the update to 10.1.15, - I suggest you "Delete Preferences" by holding the Command+Option Keys when launching iMovie. Below is a video from pijnacker01 with a clear explanation of how to use the "Delete Preferences" : https://youtu.be/96ee-xFqtzg If you enjoyed this video and would like to just BUY ME A ☕️ COFFEE as a thank-you: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/trainingfcp - thank-you for your support 👍 I'm Bruce Macbryde and my aim is to increase your knowledge and speed up your workflow in iMovie. 👨‍💻 These YouTube tutorials are great for learning iMovie, but when you have questions they don’t always get answered in a prerecorded tutorial. Save time searching through Youtube and instantly answer your questions with personal tuition - I’ll show you, on your computer. Click. https://trainingfinalcut.com. This Lesson is part of the series of iMovie Tutorials: You can download the Free course material to work with: https://tinyurl.com/wcogof3 As you progress through these lessons you will have questions. We would like to help you with “one-on-one” personal tuition - you can share your screen and we will show you how to resolve your queries. Please click ✅ LIKE, and ▶️ “SUBSCRIBE", & Click the Bell 🛎 so you will be notified when new lessons are released. This helps me make more lessons for you. You can also ▶️ “SUBSCRIBE", & Click the Bell 🛎 by clicking this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOE_zSaeU1xd9yIk6kfwf_A?sub_confirmation=1 The training iMovie web site is: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/imovietraining/ Equipment used in the making of this video: Sony PXW-FS5 Super 35 Cinema Camera: https://amzn.to/2YpXJmF Sony a6000 Camera; https://amzn.to/31lfLsq Blue ICE Microphone: https://amzn.to/3j5bhw0 Microphone Scissor stand: https://amzn.to/2EiXumL Green Screen: https://amzn.to/3glC0Cw When you purchase something after clicking links above, we may earn a small commission. Recommended Playlist – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP6q-YgX0RNL7E_JPcW7UxFtCLxCk9jcQ #iMovieupdate #imoviefilters #comicfilterimovie
How to create a Photo Collage for iMovie
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How to create a Photo Collage for iMovie

This video will show you how to create a Photo Collage in TurboCollage and add it to your family videos you are editing in iMovie. Watch Next: How to Animate a photo collage for iMovie. https://youtu.be/AL5T8wI_j8Y If you enjoyed this video and would like to just BUY ME A ☕️ COFFEE as a thank-you: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/trainingfcp - thank you for your support 👍 TIMESTAMPS: Beginning: 0:00 Download TurboCollage Lite: 0:32 Drag Images from "Photos" to TurboCollage: 1:03 Different ways of ordering the collage: 1:16 Settings in TurboCollage: 1:52 Export as PNG or TIFF: 2:55 Import to iMovie: 3:13 As you progress through these lessons you will have questions. We would like to help you with “one-on-one” personal tuition - you can share your screen and we will show you how to resolve your queries. TRANSCRIPT In this short video, I'm going to show you how to create a photo collage that you can add to your family movies that you're editing in iMovie.The first thing we're going to do is to go to the App store, and we will download the free application "Turbo collage lite". Then once we've installed that we will then go to that application or open that application. From there all we need to do is to go to our "Photos" and we will select. In this case, we're going to select some Sydney scenes. We're going to add that to our harbor footage. We can simply select those in "Photos" and drag them on top of the "Turbo collage". There are a number of different settings that you can go into here. But let's have a look at the sort of items that you can set up. This gives the various photos in different sizes and each time you press it will move those photos around, so that will create the different order that you want. This will then put them in a more ordered process. If we wanted to add some more photos all we need to do is to go to "Photos" and drag those in. It adds them to the list, so as it comes in, it just adds them in a willy-nilly basis. If you wanted to, then you can reorder those. What we will do is, now, go to settings over here. And we want to set this so it'll be a suitable size to go into iMovie. If we go to the 6 x 12 panorama that's going to fit iMovie the best. We can move our photos around so all of the ones you've dragged in will show all of the time. You can have them on this random basis or in a more ordered way. Let's select the ordered one. The secret to this now is that we want to put it on a transparent background, so the photos will show on top of the iMovie video. You'll see your videos through the gaps here. If you don't want to do that, you can select different pictures that you may want to put down, so you can put your own pictures of the background. Or you can select a background color. What I suggest you do, is a play around with this a little and find the different ways that you might want to see things. There are a few other choices, so we'll go back to our transparent background and we will export that. To simply export it all we need to do is to go to the File menu and export as a png or a tiff. Because they will then activate the transparent background. save this. Now we can go to iMovie and we can import that. So there's our collage imported. Simply need to drag it into the timeline. There's our video playing and then at the end, it comes out as a collage. By default, it will have a Ken burns Effect on it. You can drag it out for a different length, or you could turn your Ken Burns off, and have it as "Fit". Or if you want to make use of the transparency, then you can drag it over your clip. You can see the black background has stayed in this particular case. But if we come up to "Cutaway" and make that "Picture and picture" then you can position it where you want to. You can see through to the background below. So that when you play it now, you can see the harbor footage in behind the collage #photocollage #videocollage #photocollagevideo #turboCollage #photosinimovie #animationimovie #keyframeimovie
iMovie Update 10.2.2 - How to Upload to FaceBook and YouTube
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iMovie Update 10.2.2 - How to Upload to FaceBook and YouTube

This minor update to iMovie includes a new way to upload your iMovie videos to YouTube & Facebook. WATCH NEXT: Fine Rotation in iMovie - Straighten Horizons. https://youtu.be/xYsF_9YPpd0 I will show you how to complete the upload. Warning: You need to set the hidden Resolution change Also, you still need to manually upload to YouTube or Facebook If you enjoyed this video and would like to just BUY ME A ☕️ COFFEE as a thank-you: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/trainingfcp - thank you for your support 👍 iMovie - One-on-One personal tuition: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/imovietraining/ Use these TIMESTAMPS: ⏰ to jump to different parts of the video. Beginning: 0:00 Share to Facebook & YouTube: 0:12 Warning: Make sure you select the Resolution; 0:34 Why 4K may not show: 1.00 Show Exported file in the Finder: 1:22 Still need to manually upload to Facebook or YouTube: 1:41 I'm Bruce Macbryde and my aim is to increase your knowledge and speed up your workflow in iMovie. 👨‍💻 These YouTube tutorials are great for learning iMovie, but when you have questions they don’t always get answered in a prerecorded tutorial. Save time searching through Youtube and instantly answer your questions with personal tuition - I’ll show you, on your computer. Click. https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/imovietraining/ DOWNLOAD VIDEO EDITING FREE BOOK THE BEGINNER'S VIDEO EDITING GUIDE: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/videoeditguide Check out these BASIC EDITING TIPS: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/basic-editing-tips If you enjoyed this video and would like to just BUY ME A ☕️ COFFEE, as a thank-you: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/trainingfcp - thank you for your support 👍 📩 FREE SUPPORT ✉️ EMAILS ✉️ Final Cut Pro: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/support-page One-on-One personal tuition: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/trainingrequest You can download the Free course material to work with: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/freecoursematerial As you progress through these lessons you will have questions. We would like to help you with “one-on-one” personal tuition - you can share your screen and we will show you how to resolve your queries. TRANSCRIPT: In the last day or so iMovie has been updated to version 10.2.2 and with this, they've added sharing to Youtube and Facebook. It's not exactly what it seems so I'm going to walk you through, quickly now, as to what you would do to be able to save or upload to Facebook or Youtube. Select your project - make sure the project's in the timeline and then come to share and select Youtube and Facebook. This is a little bit hidden, so you need to be really careful here. You'll see that the resolution is set at whatever you previously uploaded it, and even more confusing when you do it for the first tim, you'll find that it's set at standard definition. So be careful to change this to the resolution that you want. Note that if you've got a 4K project it will show 4K. If your project's not in 4K then 4K will not be available in this list. The next thing to do is to simply save that project. Then once it's saved, you'll notice that the bar at the top right-hand corner here, will start to move and when the dial is completely filled up then it will be saved to your disk. Once it's saved to your disk you will have a notification up here to show where it is on the finder. By clicking that you will then now see there's your project, and you'll see, because I didn't change the resolution, it's still set at standard definition. Now, this is the trick you still need to upload this to Facebook or Youtube in the normal way. When you're on Youtube, you need to go to create - upload the video and then you can drag your project in here. It will start uploading. Those are just a couple of tips for you to be able to upload directly to Youtube or Facebook but remember that you still manually have to upload them, and don't forget to change the resolution. #iMovieuploadyoutube #iMovieyoutube #iMovieupdate #iMovie
Normalize Audio levels, Hidden Audio Effects -  iMovie 10.1.15
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Normalize Audio levels, Hidden Audio Effects - iMovie 10.1.15

Normalize Audio levels. iMovie doesn’t have audio meters for a reason - it is designed to keep editing simple and easy. WATCH NEXT: How to detach Audio and why. https://youtu.be/dwSahju4Nb0 This video will show you how to edit in iMovie without the need for Audiometers. It will show you how to automatically level your audio and how you can tweak that if you wish. You will see the hidden Audio effects in iMovie. At the end of the video, I will show you a way how to add audio meters, if you feel you still need them. If you enjoyed this video and would like to just BUY ME A ☕️ COFFEE as a thank-you: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/trainingfcp - thank you for your support 👍 iMovie one-on-one personal training: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/imovietraining/ TIMESTAMPS: ⏰ Beginning: 0:00 Normalize an Audio Clip: 1:11 Normalize Multiple clips: 3:04 Paste Adjustments: 4:04 Mute Audio: 4:40 Lower Volume other Clips: 5:00 Adjust Audio level within a clip: 5:46 Use the Range tool to adjust Audio: 6:49 More Audio Effects: 7:32 Add Audio Meters to iMovie: 7:59 Audacity download Page: https://www.audacityteam.org Add Audio Meters - Michael Kinney Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkpHmIeejas&t=1s I'm Bruce Macbryde and my aim is to increase your knowledge and speed up your workflow in iMovie. 👨‍💻 These YouTube tutorials are great for learning iMovie, but when you have questions they don’t always get answered in a prerecorded tutorial. Save time searching through Youtube and instantly answer your questions with personal tuition - I’ll show you, on your computer. Click. https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/imovietraining/ You can download the Free course material to work with: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/freecoursematerial As you progress through these lessons you will have questions. We would like to help you with “one-on-one” personal tuition - you can share your screen and we will show you how to resolve your queries. TRANSCRIPT: The reason iMovie doesn't have audio meters is the application is designed to "keep it simple and easy" to use. In this video, I'll show you how to edit iMovie without the need for audio meters and how to automatically level that audio. Even tweak it a little if you wish. At the end of the video, i'll show you how to add audio meters if you still feel you need them. We'll also review what you've learned in this video. I'm Bruce Macbryde and my goal is to improve your knowledge in iMovie and to speed up your workflow. In the description below you will find timestamps that will jump you to different parts of this video. If you haven't already, please like, subscribe, and press the bell. You'll see how to normalize audio to a good level,l and you'll use the same feature to be able to normalize a number of clips so that they're all at the same audio level. iMovie lets you automatically adjust the level of audio. I'm going to show you how to do this and how to prove the difference. This clip has no adjustments on it let's just play it. "those by going back here and remove fades and they're a shortcut" If we come up here and we select the audio and then select auto adjustment - then play the clip "who's by going back here we've been clearly here you'll know " What I'd like to do now is to prove the difference that iMovie has made with that. We're going to take the non-normalized version of the clip - so we turn the auto-off and we're going to export that as a file and we'll export it as audio-only. Now I'm going to export a normalized file so we can compare the difference. So we'll select auto for that file and export that as a normalized file using the same process here. Export and selecting "audio-only" So I've got the two versions in Audacity the non-normalized one and the normalized one. This one's been automatically treated by iMovie and then this one is the original. Let's play this one first, remove those by going back here and remove fades. There are shortcuts here. You'll notice and what we can see here is the peaks are well below the -12 level. What I'd like to do is to see them in here somewhere. Now let's look at the normalized version and play that. Move those by going back here and remove fades. There are shortcuts, here. You'll notice and you can see here that the peaks are just over the -12 and under the -6. This is much better for Youtube. Now we're back in iMovie I've split that clip into two portions and I've also added a voiceover. What I'm going to do is, I'm going to reduce the audio in the second portion of the clip and also reduce the audio and the voice-over. If we select the three clips, now, and come to the audio volume level and you can see that we can adjust this to auto. Nothing's changed here but as we move the slider you can see that the three different levels are all coming up to the same level. If we play this through, now: "fade in and #iMovieaudio #iMovieaudioeffects #imoviehacks #iMoviehiddeneffects
How to Animate still images in iMovie
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How to Animate still images in iMovie

Create animation in iMovie using keyframes. WATCH NEXT: Fine Rotation in iMovie - Straighten Horizons. https://youtu.be/xYsF_9YPpd0 This tutorial will show you how to create a flypast jet fighter effect in iMovie. You will see how to create a transparent background using Apple's Preview App, ("Preview" comes with your Mac computer - look in the Applications Folder or search "Spotlight".) RECOVER TRASHED FILES: https://imyfone.pxf.io/Ry6KRg DOWNLOAD FREE BOOK THE BEGINNER'S VIDEO EDITING GUIDE: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/videoeditguide If you enjoyed this video and would like to just BUY ME A ☕️ COFFEE as a thank-you: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/trainingfcp - thank you for your support 👍 TIMESTAMPS: Beginning: 0:00 Use Preview App to create background transparency: 1:05 The smart lasso: 1:54 Cut out the image: 3:38 Export with transparency: 4:41 Import to iMovie: 5:03 Change to picture in Picture: 5:31 Remove dissolve: 5:41 Set Keyframes: 5:57 Next and Previous Keyframes: 6:42 Remove a Keyframe: 7:02 Force Keyframes to show: 7:29 Remove accidentally entered Keyframes: 8:00 This Lesson is part of the series of iMovie Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP6q-YgX0RNIkeUPC_tTgTORrvGRAIFsc You can download the Free course material to work: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/freecoursematerial As you progress through these lessons you will have questions. We would like to help you with “one-on-one” personal tuition - you can share your screen and we will show you how to resolve your queries. TRANSCRIPT: In this short video, I'm going to show you how to use an animation effect to be able to have a jet fighter fly through the air, in an iMovie sequence, as you see here. What we're going to do is find an appropriate plane. We need to have one that is actually moving or facing in the correct direction, that we're going to fly. Now go to the application "Preview". You'll see that it has a blue background. We need to remove that blue background and in "Preview". There are a number of different ways of doing this. We could take the blue background out by simply clicking on this tool here. We drag over the image, you'll see that the blue is being removed. The pink is going to be transparent. The problem with this is that when you get to the areas around the tail that it's not going to remove the blue before it starts to remove some of the actual plane itself. So you can see the fuselage and the tailplane there has actually gone red. This means that will go transparent as well. What we will use though, is this here, and you can see smart lasso. Now, this is much more accurate So we're going to select the smart lasso. I'm going to start on this corner here, and as I drag over - you need to be as accurate as you can on this. That it will give you a good key. What we need to do - I'm not great with the mouse. I'm missing a bit here, but as we drag through here, you'll see that you need to get as close as you can to the actual fuselage of the plane. Just spending a little bit of time on it - but if you do miss some just come back and it will pick that up. The key to it is to make sure that you keep those blue areas in there out of it. As I haven't done there. We'll just see how it turns out. You can always do it again if it doesn't turn out the first time. We move here and then we've got this little bit at the end - then down here - and we're back to where we started. It's even picked up some of those blues that the previous operation wouldn't do so what we'll do with this is we're going to cut it that's command x. so there are some little items there but as I said earlier because it's going to be so small in the picture you're not going to notice it.if we put this into iMovie then it's entirely the wrong shape so the secret to this is let's go back to this clip here and we'll remove all of the items there so i completely remove those and i'm going to delete those out and now I'm going to paste back the actual plane that we copied because it was still sitting on the clipboard and now we have a little bit of clear area around the plane even though it looks white here it is actually going to be transparent so the next step is to export this and we're going to export it and we need to either export it as a png or a tiff and we need to make sure that this alpha is selected so now let's change that and we'll call that plane fixed . RECOMMENDED - Easy to learn and use: Wondershare Filmora Video Editor: https://secure.2checkout.com/order/checkout.php?PRODS=4560177&QTY=1&AFFILIATE=18461&CART=1 Disclosure: For some of the links above, I use affiliate links. Purchasing through these links gives me a small commission to support videos on this channel -- the price to you is the same. #animationimovie #animatedpictures #keyframeimovie #moveimageimovie
Fine Rotation, Straighten Horizons, Fix Tilt - iMovie
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Fine Rotation, Straighten Horizons, Fix Tilt - iMovie

This video shows a workflow on how to Arbitrarily rotate a video in iMovie to fix a tilt in the video. That’s a fine rotation other than the default 90 degrees. WATCH NEXT: Things you didn’t know about Ken Burns: https://youtu.be/17VB3a-VuaY We will use my free horizon overlay to action the straightening required. I will show you how to download these overlays for free. Fine Rotation in iMovie - Straighten Horizons - arbitrary rotation - Fix Tilt - iMovie 10.1.15 FREE Download - iMovie Overlays. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rvtzqgh6166v3ea/AAC1jmNHJ4Qb5R_KDAsjKy-Aa?dl=0 RECOVER TRASHED FILES: https://imyfone.pxf.io/Ry6KRg DOWNLOAD FREE BOOK THE BEGINNER'S VIDEO EDITING GUIDE: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/videoeditguide If you enjoyed this video and would like to just BUY ME A ☕️ COFFEE as a thank-you: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/trainingfcp - thank you for your support 👍 TIMESTAMPS: ⏰ Beginning: 0:00 Only 90º rotation by Default: 0:53 A Clip that needs fine rotation correction: 1:23 Use Free Vertical line Overlay: 1:32 Adjust the position of the overlay: 1:43 Set up to use Keynote to fine rotate: 2:04 Export settings: 2:25 Check the Project's video resolution: 2:46 Open in Keynote: 3:17 Arbitrary Rotation in Keynote: 3:43 Create a vertical grid line in Keynote: 3:55 Remove edges: 4:29 Export settings from Keynote: 4:49 Drag clip to the iMovie timeline: 5:12 What have we learned: 5:32 Tutorial on "How to change Video Resolutions in iMovie": https://youtu.be/vlIFcgQ26AU Download FREE iMovie Overlays - Horizon, Safe Zones, Youtube. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/rvtzqgh6166v3ea/AAC1jmNHJ4Qb5R_KDAsjKy-Aa?dl=0 If you enjoyed this video and would like to just BUY ME A ☕️ COFFEE, as a thank-you: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/trainingfcp - thank you for your support 👍 I'm Bruce Macbryde and my aim is to increase your knowledge and speed up your workflow in iMovie. 👨‍💻 These YouTube tutorials are great for learning iMovie, but when you have questions they don’t always get answered in a prerecorded tutorial. Save time searching through Youtube and instantly answer your questions with personal tuition - I’ll show you, on your computer. Click. https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/imovietraining/ You can download the Free course material to work with: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/freecoursematerial TRANSCRIPT: In this video, I'll show you a workflow on how you can arbitrarily rotate an image or a video in iMovie. Now iMovie only has the standard default 90-degree rotation available. This is a way for you to fine-rotate those images that are just out of alignment. We'll use my Horizon overlay which is free to download, to check out those straightened items that are needed. I'll show you how to download that overlay amongst other overlays that are free to download as well. At the end of the video, we'll review what we've learned. iMovie will only rotate in 90-degree implements, so what do you do when your vertical lines are astray like they are in this one here? We're going to need to use another application to straighten this clip. If we were to export this now, we would export the whole Project. What we need to do is, select this clip and copy it, and then open a new Project and then Paste that clip into that new Project - we can now go and Export that. To export - select "Export file" and there we can see we can export 4K. Let's now export that. Once you've exported it we then need to come to Keynote and then in Keynote, we'll select a new Project. I'll select this white one here. First of all, we need to check with "Document" that it's a widescreen 16x9 - then we can come to "Media" and we can import our clip. Here's the clip - we can play it if we want to. Let's come to a format and we can select here on the rotation here. We can rotate it so that the lines are vertical. now if you want to check that they're vertical, you could come to "Shape" here and select a shape. Set that to 90-degrees. Export - so export as a movie and I suggest you export it as "Custom", 1920 to 1080 - Apple ProrRes 4444 and Next. Check out these BASIC EDITING TIPS: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/basic-editing-tips 📩 FREE SUPPORT ✉️ EMAILS ✉️ Final Cut Pro: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/support-page One-on-One personal tuition: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/trainingrequest You can download the Free course material to work with: https://www.trainingfinalcutpro.com/freecoursematerial RECOMMENDED - Easy to learn and use: Wondershare Filmora Video Editor: https://secure.2checkout.com/order/checkout.php?PRODS=4560177&QTY=1&AFFILIATE=18461&CART=1 Disclosure: Some of the links above use affiliate links. Purchasing through these links gives me a small commission to support videos on this channel -- the price to you is the same. #imovierotatevideo #imovierotation #fixtiltiMovie #rotateiMovie #Arbitraryrotation #Horizonimovie #iMovie
 
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