Guide to iMovie 11 Editing is the perfect for those who want to use Apple's iMovie 11 to edit DV, HDV, AVCHD, AVCHD Lite, H.264/AVC, iFrame, iPhone, Motion JPEG, AVCCAM, XDCAM EX, DVCPRO-HD, AIC, and ProRes 422.
You’ll learn how to import the 720p24, 720p25, 720p30, 720p50, 720p60,1080p24, 1080p25, 1080p30, 1080p50, 1080p60, 1080i50, and 1080i60 formats.
Although Apple considers iMovie “intuitive” — many have found this to not be the case. And, iMovie 11 — with its many new features — is even more difficult to learn. That’s why my eBook includes a major section, iMovie Tutorials, devoted to learning how to make use of iMovie’s powerful features including Color Correction. These are not simply editing “tips.” The tips are organized in a way that provides you with an optimal editing “workflow.”
You’ll learn how to burn NTSC or PAL DVDs from HD projects, create 720p H.264 for the Internet, and burn FullHD quality movies on regular DVD discs using a Mac’s SuperDrive. Of course, you’ll also learn how to create movies for YouTube, AppleTV, and the iPod and iPhone.
Written by a computer and video professional, this single eBook will save you hours of reading posts by amateurs who tend to “guess” at answers to your questions.
Feedback from those who bought my earlier The Ins and Outs of iMovie:
Thanks! I really enjoy your books. I think you should try to publish hardcopies. Your content beats, hands down, any iMovie handbooks out there. Adrian
Thank you, you have written a very very good guide, appropriately technical and very useful. Well worth the money! Clement Singarajah
Summary: Works perfect. Tagged 1080i clips as progressive, used the Swap FX in iMovie, exported as QT and burned with Toast using custom settings described by you. Perfect picture quality using BD-player. robertapple1
I find that getting true HD output to my HD tv is far more complex than the old process with SD, iMovie and iDVD. In the course of my investigations, I ran across your Ins and Outs of iMovie 09, downloaded it and have started skimming. This is by far the most helpful thing I have run across in dealing with the vagaries of HD and all its formats, the software limitations of iMovie 09 and iDVD, and the various output formats. This is by far the most useful tool I have in getting the HD I'd hoped for when I bought my camera. Murdith
I bought your "Ins and Outs of iMovie 09", followed your instructions and posted what I think is pretty good quality video on YouTube. Just for comparison, I took the same movie and did the "Share to YouTube" directly from iMovie. It looks horrible. So, your tips work! Thanks, Jeff
I purchased your book on iMovie 09 a few weeks back. Thanks again for the book which got me up to speed in an evening.
Kind Regards, Paul
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