Bursting with new features, Apple's iMovie '09 is vastly more usable and complete than iMovie '08 -- amazing right out of the box. But the box doesn't include a good user's guide, so learning these applications is another matter. iMovie '09 and iDVD: The Missing Manual gets you up to speed on everything you need to turn raw digital footage into highly creative video projects. You get crystal-clear, jargon-free explanations of iMovie's new video effects, slow a fast motion, advanced drag a drop, video stabilization, and more. Author and New York Times tech columnist David Pogue uses an objective lens to scrutinize every step of process, including how to: Organize your videos just like your photos, and precisely edit with ease Work on multiple iMovie projects at once and drag a drop clips among them Integrate with other iLife programs to use songs, photos, and an original sound track Output your creation to a blog, its own web page, or as a video podcast with iWeb Understand basic film techniques to improve the quality of the video you bring to iMovie From choosing and using a digital camcorder to burning the finished work onto DVDs, posting it online, or creating versions for iPod and iPhone, iMovie '09 a iDVD: The Missing Manual helps you zoom right in on the details.In Figure 16-1 at bottom, the sidekicka#39;s hand and the phone he throws appear completely within the action-safe area. Even if the TV winds up chopping off the outer edges of the picture, the visual story is preserved, and your hero can safely anbsp;...
|Title||:||iMovie '09 & iDVD: The Missing Manual|
|Author||:||David Pogue, Aaron Miller|
|Publisher||:||"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2009-04-17|