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This article is about using the iMovie app and how I experienced some success with my first iMovie with 25,000+ views in 4 days from upload to Youtube. It provides some useful websites that can help you create a video like a pro simply by using your phone.
My recent mobile phone change from Android to Iphone was celebrated by using the iMovie Iphone app. iMovie for iPhone is a heavy app, which meant the download process took longer than a typical application download. Once installed I simply opened the application and do as instructed “Tap + to start a new project.”
iMovie lets you create films and Hollywood-style trailers that are simple to make and simply spectacular. And you can edit at resolutions up to a stunning 4K on iPhone 6s and iPad Pro. When you’re done, you can watch the final cut anywhere with iMovie Theater. A few taps, a few swipes, and you’re ready for your big premiere.
Questions about using iMovie
Like many apps I had lots of questions
How to add titles in iMovie for iPad and iPhone
iMovie comes with a selection of great sound effects. They include audience applause, a dinosaur growl, footsteps, phone rings and …
Questions about using iMovie
A bit of research reveals that there are some common questions about using iMovie these include:
- How to upload your iMovie video to YouTube
- Enable friends to see, like and comment on your iMovie Project… Exporting a project to Facebook is a great way …
- Create a trailer in iMovie for iPad and iPhone?
- How to cut a clip using iMovie for iPad and iPhone?
- How to add a freeze frame using iMovie for iPad and iPhone?
- Pausing mid-shot (or freeze framing) can be cheesy, but it’s a great editing technique for comic book films and over?
- How to add a theme in iMovie for iPad and iPhone?
- How to add pictures in iMovie for iPad and iPhone?
Top 5 places to learn more about using Imovie
I found the best websites to learn about using iMovie were:
My iMovie Success
My first iMovie was made in Koh Samui, Thailand at hotel made with several short clips I stitched them together adding some background music. It was then easy to upload to my YouTube account. Adding a few popular tags the video saw 20,000+ views in a matter of days. This out numbered the hotels own promotional video.
see my Video
Music with iMovie videos
As always using commercial backing music can cause problems with Youtube. If you use commercial music as the background for your music video, you may be violating US copyright law.
A great solution is using YouTube‘s AudioSwapfeature is an easy way to give your silent YouTube video a soundtrack. It’s easy, legal, and free. This method removes your existing soundtrack, so only use this on videos that don’t have any dialogue
Here is great place to become intimate with all the features of iMovie including how to create a trailer movie