This is the comprehensive tutorial on iMovie 10, released October 2013. The tutorial is designed for both beginners as well as those looking to get the most of the extensive, and sometimes hidden, features of iMovie 10.
The detailed lessons explain, the separate panels of iMovie 10, including:
• The Library where your Footage is organized.
• The Event Browser where you select your first rough cut.
• The Content Library were your music, titles and transitions can be selected.
• The Viewer that shows you the frames of your movie as well as the location where you can color correct and sweeten your audio.
• The Project Pane, where your timeline is located.
This title is available in the
Total Training All-Access library.
The voice and guide behind this training series is Bruce Macbryde. Bruce is an experienced tutor for iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Motion and Compressor. He has been teaching since 2005.
The Quickstart lesson will have those who want to jump in and quickly edit their footage, making a quick movie within 2 minutes. The Quickstart has separate sections that explain how to make a non-themed movie and how to use iMovie’s built-in themes.
Bruce explains the feature rich shortcuts that can have you editing brilliant movies in the shortest time imaginable and even reveals how to import a Final Cut Pro X project into iMovie for editing.
There is a lesson, “the making of” on how to create a tutorial using Quicktime for screen recording and iMovie as the video editor.
The overview lesson will have beginners up and running, then the next set of lessons go into the details so that you will get the most out of the extensive features of iMovie 10.
Exporting and sharing movies and files are discussed in the Export lesson.
Bruce Macbryde is a trained graphic designer, who has migrated to video production and training.
Bruce is CEO of VideoEditOz a Sydney production facility specialising in Events and Corporate web video.
Bruce is actively involved with the business both in filming and the editing process.
Bruce has been editing with Final Cut Pro since 2002, and was a trainer for Final Cut Pro and other Apple software with Australian Apple reseller NextByte for a number of years. Previously, in 1990s, while working with his Graphic Design Company, DesignDirect, Bruce was a registered trainer for Graphic design software; Freehand and PageMaker at several Tertiary institutions as well as freelancing engagements.
Currently Bruce is an independent trainer for Final Cut Pro X, iMovie and Motion. Training is provided on a face to face basis as well as via email and SKYPE. Training and support is provided for individuals and corporates, on a “one on one” as well as to groups. Bruce has trained staff from Sydney TV channels; Channel 9, Channel 7, and ABC as well as well known Australian corporates.
Bruce also trains Final Cut Pro users globally via SKYPE.
Bruce’s Web tutorials on Final Cut Pro and iMovie have been created, recorded and published since 2009.