How To Guides

imovieguidejpegiMovie for iPad 

Here’s a basic guide to using iMovie on the iPad for filming and editing a movie. The guide also includes some tips on getting your movie off the iPad using Airdrop, USB cable and iFiles. Updated for iOS 7 and the latest version of iMovie.

iMovie4iPadGuide

Animation Part 1:

How to use I Can Animate for stop-motion animation. Includes some hints and tips on plasticine animation.

I Can Animate

Animation Part 2:

How to import your animation into iMovie09, record voiceovers, add titles and save your animation as a movie file.

Animation Voiceovers in iMovie09

If you are running an older Mac, this tutorial shows you how to import your animation into iMovieHD, record voiceovers, add music, add titles and burn to a DVD with a fancy menu.

Animation With iMovieHD

If you are using Windows Movie Maker 2, this tutorial shows you how to import your animation into Movie Maker on your PC, record voiceovers, titles and save your finished animation as a .wmv file.

Animation Voiceovers With Windows Movie Maker 2

lampheyVideo Editing With iMovie 09

I haven’t written a guide for iMovie 09 yet, but who needs to when there’s a guide as comprehensive as this by tech writer Ken Stone? The article has 25 sections in a single page, all linked for easy navigations, and it’s full of screenshots to illustrate just what Ken likes and why. Ken even provides instructions for downloading and saving the page for offline use—printed it would go to more than 120 pages! Click here to see it.

Video Editing With iMovie HD:
If you are running an older Mac this is a step-by-step guide to using iMovie HD to capture video from your camera, edit a film and save it to DVD.

Video Editing with iMovieHD

Video Editing With Windows Movie Maker 2
An introduction to using the Movie Maker to capture video from your camera, edit a film and save it as a .wmv video file.

Windows Moviemaker 2

Video Editing Using Flip Video Camera Software
The Flip Video camera and software is easy to use, works on PCs and is a good introduction to basic video editing for people who are a bit nervous about using technology and think that video editing is too difficult for them. This step-by-step guide will get you started.

Flip Video Editing

grove2 Animation With the Digital Blue Camera
A step-by-step guide to using the Digital Blue Camera for stop motion plasticine animation.

Digital Blue Animation

Video Editing Using the Digital Blue Camera
A step-by-step guide to using the Digital Blue Camera for recording and editing a simple movie.

Digital Blue Camera

For any enquiries regarding training contact Duncan Whitehurst, ICT Advisory Teacher for Pembrokeshire: duncan.whitehurst@pembrokeshire.gov.uk

Pembrokeshire teachers can access more How To Guides on the Education Portal

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