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Articles and tutorials for Apple iMovie video software.
iMovie 10 - Many Interface Changes
Apple has made some great changes to iMovie 10 that will make working on your videos even easier than before. The most obvious change is the new workspace, which has been simplified to contain very few buttons and panes.
iMovie Event Browser
In iMovie you start building your project from raw footage. Your raw footage can be imported in to the Event Library directly from your camera. If already on your hard drive it should be listed in the Event Library.
iMovie Event Library
The Event Library is the place where all your videos are listed, initially organized by storage location. It is also the place for organizing your video footage by “Events” and an event can be anything you wish. iMovie also has a Keyword system for tagging video clips.
Start a New iMovie Project
In this tutorial, we will discuss the iMovie Project Library, Event Browser and how to start a new iMovie project from scratch.
The iMovie Workspace
We will begin by taking a tour of the iMovie workspace. Lucky for us, the workspace is very simple and easy to understand. When you open iMovie for the first time, you will see the Welcome screen, which has links to Getting Started lessons and Help files.
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iMovie software has a simple user interface which makes using iMovie an easy task. iMovie has many easy-to-use features that allow you to convert your home movies into professional-looking videos. Also a low price, ease of downloading from the Mac App store and ease of installing updates.
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