I have always been interested in helping new Mac users who have either done some basic video editing or none at all to get started. The question is how do you do it? With all the programs out there, which one should you use?
For those of you who don’t know what is iMovie, iMovie is the basic editing program for mac computers. However, if you’ve switched from a windows or have never edited at all and are just beginning, how are you going to figure out how to use one of these programs? If you’re lost and don’t know where to begin, iMovie is just the thing for you.
iMovie will definitely take some time and practice to figure out. For those who have not done a lot of video editing and are just getting started, what’s the best way to begin learning how to use iMovie. The best way is to understand the purpose of each window and icon inside iMovie. This tutorial video will give a brief introduction to iMovie and help you learn what is iMovie. You will gain a basic understanding of the interface so that you can begin the process of video editing.
What is iMovie Introduction Video
Now that you’ve watched this tutorial, I hope you have a basic understanding of where to find things inside iMovie. If you are new to Mac but have some basic video editing experience, you should be able to get started fairly easily. If you have had no editing experience at all you may still have questions and that’s no problem. As you begin to mess around with the windows and icons, you will start to figure it out more and more.
Remember that editing takes practice. The more you practice, the better you will get.