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iMovie 2020 The Complete Guide

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12 Lessons (42m)
    • 1. introduction

    • 2. Section 2 Interface

    • 3. Section 3 Splitting Clips

    • 4. Section 4 Audio

    • 5. Section 5 Titles

    • 6. Section 6 Background

    • 7. Section 7 Transitions

    • 8. Section 8 Color Correction

    • 9. Section 9 Cropping

    • 10. Section 10 Speed

    • 11. Section 11 Overlay

    • 12. Final thoughts

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iMovie Video Editing 2020 | What you REALLY need to know

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1. introduction: What's going on. Everybody, thank you so much for stopping by to check out my course on the fundamentals of using movie . My name is Steven, and for the past several years I've built multiple YouTube channels, which have generated tens of millions of views. Also run several instrument counts, which I've gotten tens of thousands of followers, and I was able to do all that by editing and uploading videos. And when I first started years ago, I actually started using my movie. And I movie is a really great platform because it's very easy to use and you're able to pick up on the basics of video editing, which you need like any other skill very quickly. And then, as I progressed and got more comfortable with it, I was able to build up to more advanced software like Final Cut Pro. So in this course I want to give you a good introduction into my movie and also be including files that you can edit with me. So that way you can follow step by step as I show you some of the important basic features of I would be very happy that you decided to stop by, and I look forward to seeing you 2. Section 2 Interface: our guys. So in this section, we're gonna cover the main interface of I movie and give you a good foundation for the main sections of where things are so that way, when we do get to the more specific stuff, you can better navigate things. So the first section I like to think of is this one here, which I'm certainly with the mouse. This is the import media. You could think of this as where you bring in the raw media or data, which you're gonna be editing. So this could include video music or pictures. So just for examples sake, we're gonna bring imports of media in right now. So what you'll do is you'll just click that import media. But in now, I've already saved some files on my desktop. So that's what I'm gonna be selecting here in the show notes that actually included thes video files. So that way you can actually edit with me step by step. Now, before we go any further, it is worth noting if you're gonna be downloading any type of media from the Internet, it's important to make sure that you have the rights to do that and that you're not infringing upon the rights that somebody else has. So I got this video footage from pecs als dot com. And this is a great website that has a lot of high quality videos and photos that allow you to use copyright free. Um, so just taking a look over the license here as you can see what's allowed, especially if you're new to this and you're tryingto make YouTube videos or if you're trying to use video footage or music for a commercial purpose, right? So if you're trying to make money off it, that's an area where we have to be really careful. If this is something where you're just in your home and you're not trying, make any money off it, you're just trying to better understand the skill. I won't worry about it too much. That is the first section here is the media section. And so again, as you can see, this stores all the the raw clips and the music that we're gonna be using. The second section is the section to the right here, and this is you could think of as the preview field. So what's cool is on the left. The clips are really small, but when you hover over them on this right hand side on this preview section, it plays it through. So a lot of times when you are editing, you're going back through what you've edited and you want to make sure it looks good. Then the third main section is down here across the bottom, and this is the actual timeline, or this is where you're gonna be doing the actual edit. How this works is you will take, say, a clip. You notice how it's highlighted in yellow. You'll just drag it down. And it's now in the timeline. Now, if we hover over it, there's a couple things you can see right here. It's 14.2 seconds long, and then, if you also take a look towards the middle here says 14 seconds. And so if we just let this play through again, it's showing up on the preview section up there. So that's a basic overview of the interface of my movie to give a really simple just three main sections. First the import media section and next the preview and then the third, the timeline, where will actually get into the fun of it here 3. Section 3 Splitting Clips: Now that we have a good understanding of the interface, let's get into actually editing the videos. One of the most basic concepts of video editing is the ability to chop up clips and rearrange them. So for this example, let's drag and a couple other the video files down into our timeline and something you can also do to, uh towards the right here is you can change basically how far inwards zoomed, right? So I personally personally like to have, ah, a wider view and have a bigger picture of everything. I'm working with full drag, one more clip down into our timeline that will zoom out just a little. There's a couple ways that you can cut up clips and rearrange them. The first thing you can do is select whatever clip you want. So let's say it's the 2nd 1 And keep in mind how there's a yellow box around the clips that way. You you know that someone that selected and then you can right click and this will give you a whole bunch of different options, and this is a great thing to keep in mind in case you ever forget or you get stuck. You can always just right click on it, and it gives you some helpful tips. But what I'm gonna be using is the split clip and notice how there's the keyboard shortcut , which ends up saving you a ton of time. So it's the command B button. So we're gonna click that and notice how that changed our two clips here and we'll zoom in a little bit further seeking. See Better notice how they're two different clips. The cool thing. What you can do now is, let's say we want to take this clip and put it in the middle of this other one. So to do that, it's like this other clip command be, and that splits that clip up. Now I movie is really easy to use because we can just take this other clip in Dragon Drop, drag that in the middle and then Jim back out notice How are clip is now wedged between the two and then what we could do is go back to the beginning and just see how this looks on our preview screen on the top, right? So what you can do is move the mouse. The far left notice how there's that vertical line, which is yellow, that indicates where you're gonna play the video from essentially. So I just click Space Bar, and that's going to start playing our video here. But that's the first main concept here is splitting clips and being able to rearrange them to give you a more advanced idea. Let's go ahead and delete everything in our timeline and let's make a little montage, including a portion of every single one of these clips rights. We have a total of nine clips. Let's piece together something from each one of them. Um, so what I personally like to do, um, is I don't like a very cluttered timeline. So what I'll do is drag a couple clips and at a time, get what I need and then delete the rest. So for this first clip, let's say I like it as they're going into the sunset right there to command be split this section that I don't want again. It's highlighted by the yellow click delete on the keyboard, and it removes it Now. This is a great example, because if you notice when I did that, it removed everything except for this, which I didn't want to dio, so you can undo it and click Command V. That one does what you did. If you take a note here, the reason why it lead it all those other clips is because they're also have that yellow box around them, so you'll just wanna command and click to remove the box command. Click. Remove the box. So now only this first clip has a low box on it, so I click Delete. That's the only one that's deleted. Let's say I just want to get this section where the ride is going down, right? Very brief. So one useful thing is when you're trying to cut a very specific time on your keyboard, you can use the arrows, and that allows you to move frame by frame. Right, cause if you if you move the mouse sometimes it's hard to get exactly where you want because it moves. The scenes cut very, very fast. So using the keyboard were you. You physically just press the right arrow to move to the right. And if you take a no, it's this exact scene where the ride starts moved out. So once I'm there click command be split The clip The ones that left is all highlighted Click delete removed that. And then I just keep pressing the arrow to the right Mark even let it play a little bit Click the space bar toe allowed to play Click space bar again Toe Stop the clip. So the right's going down. Okay, so I click the air on the left on the keyboard toe, Move back. Keep clicking. There we go. So right here is the last scene of this clip. So command be. And so if you take a note This was a very brief section, right? This is only a 1.8 2nd clip. Everything else select the clip has the yellow circular rectangle around it. Delete. Now, with this, um, let's say I only want the scene where the yellow taxi is driving by so again. Move my mouse. Move the arrows over. Okay, so if you see the far right here of our preview section, the yellow car starting to come into frame. So since that's exactly where we are, I'll command be, will split the clip everything to before that I don't need click delete and then allowed to play, keep using space bar and then, as it gets towards the end, I'll just hair over until it's done. Tilts out of frame. So it's on frame command Be Keep everything in this left everything to the right I don't need so select it and delete. So I'll do the same thing with the remaining six clips just a little bit quicker. So you can see. But I wanted to just kind of walk through, explain how to kind of slow things down and select a specific piece of the clip. So these next six will be a little bit quicker. But in the next section, we're gonna cover audio and how you can use either voice overs or other sounds like music sound effects. Teoh, take a project to the next level. 4. Section 4 Audio: our guys. So in this section, we're gonna cover audio editing and how you can use different sound effects, voice recordings and music to enhance your project. So if you take a look, are we have a project from the last section And now what we're gonna do is add some music toe, make it mawr engaging. So in our, uh, project library up here towards the top left, already have some audio files that I notice how the music clips or the audio files look different from the video. Right? So the video, it's clearly a video. This is gonna be green. And a lot of these spikes are just like wavelengths of the actual audio file. So let's say we like this first music clip will drag it down to the timeline. Something important to realize here is that the Music club is four minutes close to five minutes long for four minutes 44 seconds. But our video clips aren't that long. And so what want to do is is trim it similar to the last section where we were able toe chop up the video files. We could do the exact same thing with the music here. So if you click on the green box, notice how the Gilo rectangles around it. You could either right click and split clip stories in our keyboard shortcut. Use command be and that will cut it. And then we could drag and drop. Another cool audio effect that you can use with my movie is recording your voice and then using that within your project. If you have just a simple pair of headphones, I have a microphone on them or possibly airpods that connect to your computer. What you would do is first, just make sure that you have some type of microphone that's connected to your computer. Let's say I wanted to use my voice is inherited. Introduction, for example, sake. Let's say this is a video montage of what I did in the summer, and I want to start this video montage by using my actual voice and say, What did I do this summer? Well, may go ahead and show you so and you can actually record the audio right here within I movie. Um, so what you would do is click on this microphone button here and that will display this red button in the middle. Then what you'll do is you'll click. Make sure make phones ready. Click Record school accounts down. What did I do this summer? Well, let me show you. You click. Stop when you're done, then take no on the bottom. Here It created a separate audiophile, which is only for four seconds long. Then what we're gonna do is move these other ones over. Drag that up. So that way the video starting with it. So that's another helpful tip when it comes to adding audio. Or if you want to include a voiceover because if you really think about it that this course here that I'm filming that you're listening to right now Ah, lot of it just includes voiceover, right? I'm recording my computer screen is I'm showing you what to do. But then I'm also recording a voice over. So that way you can follow along 5. Section 5 Titles: The next thing we're gonna cover here is adding titles to add some sort of introduction in conclusion to our project. So towards the top here, if you notice this whole time we were working on the my media tab. If we go a couple over two titles, this gives us a lot of different options. And this these titles are usually a good idea to put in either the beginning and or the end of a clip, right? If you take a look at a lot of safe logs or just videos on YouTube in general, for the most part, it's good to have that consistency toe have a consistent introduction, then also ah, consistent altro movie offers Ah, lot of great good looking titles that you can use, and what's cool is you just click on one notice how it's highlighted and then click the space bar on the right hand side. It will show you the effect, so let's click this one. So really, what you could do is just go through these titles and see what they look like and see whichever you think would be the best fit. So let's say this 1st 1 we really like, And we're gonna include that for intro. So you take it dragging out the timeline and then will say my summer by summer, 2019. And then let's say we want to have a conclusion. So this sort of has the rolling credits, kind of like you see in movies. So we'll take this one and drag it at the end with this ending title. Let's go ahead and say Thin, Let's say editor, my name director my name and then let's delete everything else out. Cool. Now notice how this ending section is. 11 seconds is far too long. Let's drag it down to around five seconds. So notice that we could strike the block to the left and on the top left portion. It's getting smaller and smaller, so it's now six seconds long and it goes to five seconds 6. Section 6 Background: Now that we have our titles for the introduction and conclusion of our montage, let's cover backgrounds and see if there's anything we could use to further enhance this. So just moving next to the right here again before we're on titles now we click backgrounds and backgrounds is exactly what it sounds like. It gives you the ability to make the background of the video of something a little bit different. Eso a lot of these are pretty basic, you know, just different colors or textures to pay on the project, right? So for this one, if at something to do with underwater, if you wanted to give off the effect that something was underwater, right, this might work for this example. We could use the stars background here, and we'll drag it to our timeline. And if you take a look before our out tro, although it's good, it's kind of boring. So what we could do is drag this on top of the background. So now our credits are rolling up over a starry background kind of toe emulator. You know, simulate how it looks, say, with Star Wars 7. Section 7 Transitions: the next feature we're gonna cover is transitions. So moving on from the last section here and the last section were and backgrounds moving just to the right, we'll click transitions here, And transitions are you could really think of them as special effects that take you from one clip to the next clip. Right. So transitions are placed in between your clips and similar to before you can hover over them or play them. And on the right hand side in the preview screen will give you an idea of what the what the transition does. And I really think toe best show you. I'm just gonna add some transitions. Don't drag him down toward timeline and notice how it goes between the two clips here. And I'm gonna zoom in ah, little bit so you can get a better look. So v notice. Here we have a transition which is added between this first and second clip. The transition is a total of one second long, and we're gonna play and see how this looks. If you want to get a better idea of how this looks, something could also do is go to beginning and actually view this in full screen. So just to the top right here, click this expand. But there's that transition. So I'm just gonna scroll back here, take it a little bit slower, cc. And so you see, that's a pretty cool effect, right? But, for example, say care will just drags mother transitions in, and then we'll play it all the way through that Were you have an idea how transitions come look awful screen on the bottom will drag the video to the getting first transition. So that's transitions. In a nutshell. I personally wouldn't include transitions in every single between every single clip. I think a lot of it just depends on the creative direction. And, you know, maybe if there's something subtle that makes sense, right? So even just with this example, let's say I might add this transition slide left. And the reason for that is because that if we take a look this taxi and moving to the side , then the transition sort of follows that same movement, right? Stuff like that again, it's really personal preference, but that is transitions 8. Section 8 Color Correction: after having the basic structure. Having our titles are transitions. Are music the order of our clips? We can start to put some final touches on the video, and some important final touches is color correction. So, uh, what we'll do is will select a clip. Let's say it's this night scene and we think it's too dark, so we'll select the clip will go towards our top, right? There's gonna be a couple different icons that we can use to play around with the color and make the color. Or either the brightness, the darkness or something called the saturation, which is just basically help, right? The colors actually are. So we'll click on this 1st 1 here, and I don't use this one. This feature Ah, whole lot because a lot of it does things automatically. Um, So if you click auto, that's the computer changing things automatically for you Match color. You could use that if you wanted to matched up to another portion of the video White balance. You notice that changes the overall color of it in any time. Notice on the right. You could either click the check box to accept it or the X two cancel. So we're gonna cancel and skin tone balance similar to the white balance changes a little bit, but I don't like using that. So we're gonna we're gonna click acts. So the the other section which I strongly prefer, is this I can hear color correction and there's several different things you can use so you could drag so notice. As we drag this far to the right gets darker. I think it looks worse. We can drag it to the left and notice how it's ah, much lighter, right? So it's easier to see. But then we, um this is the saturation which I was talking about here we can drag this to the right to make the colors more pronounced or to the left. If you notice if we go all the way to the left, it actually turns it black and white. So when it comes to the color correction, a lot of it depends on the project. You're going for the creative look, whatever you think looks best and best fits the overall project. So I'm gonna move this saturation over just a little bit more. Make a lot of these smaller colors especially the car. These trees a little bit more pronounced. Um, so we'll leave that as is, and then we're gonna just back it up and see how this looks. Okay? I like the way that looks a lot. And let's go ahead and just color. Correct. This clip here to this looks a little bit grainy to me. Not very bright. Yeah, I think this could look a little bit better. So again, we're gonna select the clip, go to the top here, and we're going to drag it to the right. See how that looks straight to the left. So in this case, I actually think we go to the right too much. It becomes very washed out. So let's move it to the left. A little bit with saturation to the right. That doesn't look very good. Um, one thing you can do at any time if you're playing around the color doesn't look good. You just wanted go back to what it was before. You can just hit, reset all we get reset, and that'll put it back to its original look. Right. Um and so with over this clip, just for the sake of it, I'm going to attorney, just black and white. It's go back, see how this looks. And then for this clip here it's very bright, really good video clip. But we're just gonna increase the color a little bit, make it stand out a little bit more, go back and play school. So that's an overview of the color correction and how to use it here in my movie. 9. Section 9 Cropping: now that our video clips have the right color and look to them, the next important feature we're gonna cover is cropping, and this is important because a lot of times we may not need to use the entire clip, or we may need to zoom into a certain portion of a clip. Better emphasize something you know. This is Ah, in effect, you'll see pretty common with a lot of YouTubers, especially if there talking directly to the camera to make the video engaging and entertaining while they're talking. They'll do a split screen where it's their face. It zooms and closer to their face for like, a second and then zooms back out. So this could be a powerful technique to make something or make the video more entertaining to crop. What we'll do is go to the top right and just right of the color correction, which we're just working on. There's an icon called Cropping, so click on that and then let's say we want a crop. This video clip Now let's say so. Just watch the clip all the way through. First he sees a clip of a person drinking a cup, but let's say we want it to zoom in closer to their face, right as there taking a sip of that. Well, what we could do here is, as it gets closer command be split the clip, then highlight this clip. Go up to our crop feature here, and there's a couple different options for cropping. You could do fit crop to fill or Ken Burns. So for this were new crop Phil and then notice on the corners of this here you can drag. So we're gonna drag this screen and resize it right around their face where they're drinking the coffee, and then we'll click the check mark to indicate that we like that. Now let's go back and watch it all the way through, right? So notice how it zooms all the way in right as they're taking that will command V to undo. And let's try the Ken's Ken Burns feature now with the Ken Burns. If you take a look, there's two different boxes. There's a start box and then an end box, so this is a good feature to have a more gradual or progressive zoom feature instead of being so sudden. So if you take a look at the start box that covers the entire screen, so it's going to start normal and every click inside that's going to select the end box, and then we can resize this and drag it where we want. Now, if we click done, what this effect does is it gradually moves in, so we'll go back and watch, so that may be a more smooth transition. 10. Section 10 Speed: the next cool feature we're gonna talk about is changing the speed of a clip. So in my movie, they make it really easy to either speed up or slow down clip. So for this example, we're gonna move over to this clip here where the guys lifting up the girl and how we control the speed is go to the top, right, and we click this little clique a speedometer icon, and we make sure our video clip is highlighted. Hurt has the yellow box around it and let's say for extra emphasis, because this is sort of, ah, romantic video. We're gonna slow it down. So I know it's at five seconds to go to the top here. Notice how it says speed is normal. There's several different options you can do. You can slow it down, speed it up, freeze. Frame their custom. No. In my experience, I personally like the custom option the best, because it gives you the most control. But we'll go through first the slow and just see what that looks like. And what's also cool to make it easy to remember is notice how, after a had it, that slow feature on the timeline here, we'll zoom in a little bit further. Seek and see. Um, I movie actually adds a little turtle there. So that way, you know the clip is slowed down, and if you remember that beforehand, the clip was around five seconds. Now it's 10 seconds, so it's nearly twice as long. We'll watch us all way through case. Let's certainly slower, but looks a little bit too slow now. After you do that, it does give you different options. Say you want to make it 25% more. Notice how that just lengthen the clipped 20 seconds. It's way too slow now. On the flip side, let's see what it looks like if we changed too fast. That brings this clip speed down to 2.6 seconds. And then, ah, conversely, they add a little hair or like a rabbit to indicate that it sped up kind of playing upon the whole tortoise and hare concept. So that's definitely way too fast, right? So what I would do is used the custom feature, and so first we'll just put out 100% cause that will return it to the original speed It waas the five seconds. Now I want let's try 70%. It's held outlooks pretty good. Um, C 80%. Okay, so, yeah, I like the way that looks. And as you can see, the custom feature, it just gives you a lot more options to play around the speed, whereas views the slow just automatically picks a speed for you. And a lot of times that may not fit to what you're trying to do. Um, while we're here within this section, something else worth noting is this reverse feature. So we're gonna go to a different clip. Let's say say this first clip here. So this first clip, the cars driving forward, right? But we were to go up. It's like reverse. Now let's take a look. Cars going backwards, which is kind of a cool effect, right? But for the sake of this video will keep the clip moving forward. But there are There are some cool features that you can use with that split. Say you wanted to to do a feature where the car was going backwards and forward. Right? Um could say, split the clip. Copy it, pace that and then have just this first portion of the clip reverse and then go forward after that. What full screen at the main thing to keep in mind when comes toe editing videos is there really is no rules. You know, you could think of this timeline as your playground. You can do anything that you want, anything that you creatively think looks good or you want to try out. You know, this is your place to experiment and try with different stuff. Have an open mind when it comes to this. And don't think that just because you see me editing in this certain way right where I'm cutting up clips like this, there's a there's a ton of things you can do to, um, think outside the box. 11. Section 11 Overlay: The next cool feature in I movie is what's called the overlay feature. This allows you to place either pictures or other videos on top of or inside of other videos. Now we're gonna add a video clip inside a video clip. So, for example, sake we're going to Dragon new one here. Command be, Let's say we want this inside this first clip here. So something to be aware of and why the overly feature is really important is if we played it right now this clip of the car plays until, ah, this next scene takes over and this overtakes the entire thing, right? We're not able to see the one below it, so we're gonna want to use overly features. That way you can see both at the same time. So with this clip selected, go back up to overlay button, I personally like picture in a picture quite a bit, so that now allows us to actually crop this anywhere within the picture. You know, kind of lets you drag and drop in a real life situation. This feature could be really helpful if you were teaching some type of a course or say doing some type of a tutorial where you wanted most of the video to be something else and then say your picture in the bottom right corner. So, for example, sake, I'll go ahead and import a video of myself so that we could just put my face on it. That way you can see what that looks like to get an idea of what this might look like if you were, say, explaining a concept, and wanted to overlay that on a video. Here's a clip of May just talking, explaining Take that, drag it over And let's say I want this to run throughout the entire video. Um, this clip is only 18 seconds long sides as long as it goes. But if I wanted to at least run throughout all these other clips again go back up to this overlay feature, go down to picture in a picture and then allows me to crop it just put in the bottom quarter here. So it's not. You can still see the main idea, but I'm still in the corner explaining things over. Is it for the overly feature main? Take away Here is, um I moved to give you a lot of flexibility on whether to overlay pictures or video inside a video, knowing this technique could be, ah, really helpful, powerful editing technique. 12. Final thoughts: now in the final section here, I'll show you how to export the video and actually move the files and compress everything. And moving on to your hard drive is that we have one video file that you can upload wherever you want, whether it be YouTube, your website, wherever. So before we do that, I'm just gonna do some final touches here. Just make sure things look good. All right, So we now cleaned up the video here, and what we're gonna do is just watch a one time all the way through to see the final finish product, and then we'll go ahead and export it. What did I do this summer? Well, let me show you. - Now that everything is complete, we're gonna export the video, which basically just means we're gonna combine all of these different things together into one file. So go to the top right here, gives you different options. Whether you want to email it uploaded to you to Facebook for this, we're gonna just create a file you can change the title of it can change the description if you like, and notice how it gives you different options to export in 10. 80 p is the highest quality that we can export This end over here. It shows some other metrics. So this is 46 seconds long and 116.5 megabytes. Um, so we're gonna click next, asking us where we want to save it. Just say the desktop safe. So if you take a look here, the top right, there's that circle meets exporting. And then once it's all finished exporting, I'll show you the final product. A notification popped up, indicating that exporting is complete. Take a look at the top right around here. There's no longer that circle. Well, no, minimize this Go toward desktop and the the video files right here. Now this point, you have the video file, and you can use this for whatever you want. You know, whether you upload it, toe YouTube, your website or whatever. So with that being said, that does wrap up this course, I hope you got some valuable information and some of the basic tools and ideas to video editing. Now, this wasn't meant to be an advanced course by any stretch of the imagination. There's certainly a lot more stuff that you can do with video editing, but I think this lays a really solid foundation for how you edit videos and how you use I'm movie. One thing I've noticed is a lot of times when people want to get into, say, YouTube or they want to start making videos. A lot of times people get really caught up on the camera that somebody is using or the software that they're using. But understanding that video editing is just like any other skill, right? You start beginning having basic, uh, understanding, and then, as you do it more, you build upon that and you get that. That's just one thing I would encourage you to do is be patient with it. You understand that this is a very creative process, so you can always think outside the box. I really hope this lays a good foundation and framework for how to use I movie, so I really hope you got some value out of this. If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the section now below, and I'd be happy to answer any questions, but otherwise again, thank you so much for your time and attention, and I wish you best of luck