Creating and exploring a film with iMovie on the iPad is easy, if you know a few important tips and trick. iMovie is one of the best iPad video editing.
The iMovie app is an iPad video editing with basic enough to appeal to anyone, but could be used by a serious filmmaker who just wants to create a basic film from footage that you shoot on the device itself. The basic idea is thet, like the Mac version, you shoot some video clips and then add them into one continuous movie. You can insert transition effects such as a spotlight fill, and include titles that introduce the film or specific sections. And, you can add multiple audio tracks and trims clips down to size. When you are done, you can export the final creation to a plethora of video services, including YouTube and Vimeo, and even export directly to Facebook.
The app works fast on the iPad 2, allowing you to create movies with ease. We take you through how to create and share your films using this fantastic app.
Create a Movie With iMovie | iPad Video Editing
When you open iMovie and start a project, you will see a bin of video clips. Select the ones you want and click the arrow to add them.
You can also add audio clips – just select the Audio tab on the bottom of the screen. Add the ones you want to coincide with your video footage.
Piece together your clips and swipe with two fingers to zoom in. Double-tap to add text titles. Press the VCR-like play button to see the results.
You can change the theme used for transitions. Select Settings and choose a new theme. You can also enable or disable the background track.
Once you have created the movies, press the My Project button to return to the main menu. Press the Share button that looks like an arrow
Select the service you want to use. For YouTube, you will need to enter your account info, name the movie, and provide a description. Press Share.
Te main iMovie home screen shows you all available projects you can edit
Name The project
At the main screen of iMovie, you can name your project tap the current name and type what you want to use for the movie title. This will be used for sharing the movie as well.
Date And Time
You can quickly check the date and time for the currently selected movie project. If you see a time that does not look right, you can select that project and perform editing tasks.
Swipe to the right to see any additional projects and note their date and time. For the current project, you can share the movie to video service such as Vimeo
At the main screen for iMovie, you can also select a project and delete the film to save space on your iPad 2. The app will confirm that you really want to delete your work.
iPad Video Editing – iMovie Adding Videos. Adding movies to iMovie is more trouble than you might think. For some reason, when you copy movies over from your computer using iTunes, these video files do not show up in the video bin. The app prefers a very specific size and format. However, one workaround is that you can email QuickTime movie files to yourself, then download them to photo app.
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