Movie clips don't look perfect straight out of the camera. This doesn't mean an edited video needs to look inconsistent, so long as you update color balance!
Whether you want to zoom into a specific area of a clip, or crop an unsightly detail from a frame, cropping and rotating are essential video editing tools!
Adjusting clip speed settings can be a helpful tool for creating a dynamic experience for a viewer. Learn to create effects with the Speed Editor in iMovie 10!
As you near the final stages of video editing in iMovie 10, you need to add titles and credits to bring a professional touch to the finished product!
The intro and outro sections of a movie are helpful for providing context for viewers, and for giving filmmakers, actors, and crew some well-deserved credit!
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