In this tutorial we show you how to crop an image on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch using the Photos App. Apple’s Photos App comes with some pretty powerful editing, and best of all it’s free! Stay tuned for the next tutorial where I show you how to do color correction to get your Instagram pics looking awesome!
In this iPhone Tutorial I will show you how to rotate an image using the free Photos App. It pretty unbelievable the amount of editing that can be done using the Photos App. Initially, I wasn’t that big a fan of the app, but over time…. It has become an important tool in my arsenal of image and video editing apps on the iPhone and iPad.
iMovie Freeze Frame Tutorial
In this tutorial I show you have to do a “freeze frame”, which stops the video for a few seconds on an area of interest and then the movie continues to play on.
In this iMovie tutorial we are going to show you how to do split video clips or side by side video. You can split the video horizontally or vertically and you can also have the video slide in from the side at various speeds. It’s a pretty cool feature that iMovie has, that’s for sure.
For this tutorial you will need two video clips. Then you will drag the first one into the iMovie timeline and the second one on top of the main video in the time line. Next you will select the Video Overlay Settings button, and then Split screen from the drop-down menu. From there you will be able to control the position and slide in speed if you want your second video to slide in. It’s pretty simple to do but I think it can be a powerful way to present.
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In this iMovie tutorial I show you how to zoom in on part of your video. This allow you to call attention to of feature that portion of the video. You can also use this with transitions before and after the zoomed clip to make it look that much better.
So, what the heck is color correction? Well…basically it’s messing with the colors of the video that came out of your camera to get the video footage to look the way you want. Sometimes it works well and…..sometimes it doesn’t. There are many factors involved but it’s all about the quality of video footage you get from the camera, since iMovie’s color correction is a bit limited. There is enough control to compensate for a bit of over or under exposed video, enough control to make it “warmer” or “colder”, and pull out highlights, etc.
In this tutorial I took some video footage from my Panasonic G7 that was using the stock kit lens and a polarized lens filter. Then I tweaked the color until I got it to look the way I wanted it to look.
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iMovie for iPhone and iPad Tutorial – Split Screen Video
In this iMovie for iOS tutorial, we show you how to do a split screen video with two clips. Another cool way to customize the look and feel of your videos. This is good for comparing things or showing off a before after situation.
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iMovie for iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch Tutorial for Beginners – Picture in Picture Video Overlay
In this iMovie Tutorial for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch (iOS basically) we show you how to do a picture-in-picture style video overlay. It’s not to difficult to do, but you can really pimp out your videos this way. The most important thing to remember is to have the video scrubber (the line) in the position where you want to video overlay to appear. After that you can tap and drag to shorten it up. Also don’t be afraid to split the picture-in-picture overlay clip. You can have it appear in different areas of the video.
If you have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch you’ll be glad to know that iMovie is also available for the iOS platform, and it’s GREAT!! With the latest version of iMovie you can also edit 4K video (on later versions of the iPhone and iPad). In this tutorial you will learn all the basics needed to make awesome movies.
- How to create an iMovie video project
2. How to import video clips
3. How to add video clips to your timeline
4. How to split clips
5. How to add transitions
6. How to add titles
7. How to do a voiceover
8. How to add music to your iMovie video project
9. How to export and save your movie project
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In this video I show you how to save your iMovie projects to an external drive. This is very handy with modern Apple Macintosh computers that come with smaller sized SSD drives. This also helps if you want to move an iMovie project from one Mac to another. I recommend you use a USB3 drive or faster when editing off of an external drive.
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