iMovie is free for Mac users (not available for Windows, sorry!) and it's a pretty fantastic piece of free video editing software! Great for beginners more advanced users, iMovie has been on the scene for almost 20 years and gets updates every so often (you know how Apple likes to throw suprise updates at us every now and again!)
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When you're new to YouTube or video editing with iMovie, it can be hard to know how to make a video look professional with iMovie. If you take a look at professional-looking videos on YouTube, there is a good chance that the magic is in the tiny little details.
In this tutorial, I'm going cover how to get started with iMovie on your Mac, including how to import GoPro clips to iMovie and how to set up a project in iMovie. This is a tutorial for anyone brand new to iMovie Editing on your Mac. Be sure to watch the tutorial video as well, or follow the steps outlined in this post! (more…)
If you're a Mac user, you might be wondering about editing GoPro videos with iMovie. Is it possible? Is it a good idea? Spoiler alert: the answer is YES! And in this post, I'm going to cover 5 (plus!) reasons why I think it's an excellent idea to edit GoPro videos with iMovie. (more…)
Creating a video using iMovie is a relatively process once you get started, but if you're wondering how to save in iMovie or how to save your iMovie project, things get a little bit confusing.
You've set up your iMovie project, done some video editing, and now you're wondering how to save a video in iMovie? You're in the right spot! In this tutorial, I will show you the exact steps to export (save) your video in iMovie to a file you can upload to YouTube or Facebook (or save on your hard drive where you can watch it).