iMovie on the iPadiMovie allows you to combine video clips, photos and audio clips in a completed movie. The iPad (or iOS) version differs slightly in its interface from the computer version.
About:iMovie is a movie editing tool that allows you to combine video clips, audio clips, still images, voice over and transitions to create a single movie product.
- Related Products: iMove is also available for the computer.
- Description of the app: The touch-and-do interface allows the user to combine clips, edit them, add titles, transitions, voice-overs and others elements to tie components together in a professional-looking and seamless fashion.
- Uses in the classroom: Can be used to create support tutorials, instructional pieces to be viewed at home (via your website), instructional pieces to be used whole class or at centers, for student projects, and so much more.
- What the iOS version looks like:
Description Watch Video:iMovie Primer Video - 16 minutesCovers inserting video, images and music. Includes trimming and splitting clips, adjusting volume, voice-over, previewing and exporting as a movie.Watch the whole video - or view selected actionsusing the timeline breakouts below:
1:45-3:30Inserting video clips from the iPad Camera Roll, and navigating along the combined video
3:30-5:00Overview of editing features (trim clips, adjust volume, adjust speed, add titles/captions, adjust color effects)
5:00-6:15Split and trim a clip
6:15-7:00Detach and delete audio from clip
7:00-8:00Voice over existing clip (with audio removed)
8:00-8:50Transition between clips
8:50-9:50Trim clips, remove center section of a clip
9:50-11:00Insert photos into your video, Ken Burns effect,re-order clips and photos in movie
11:00-12:30Add soundtrack (theme music, sound effects, recordings)
12:30-13:45Adjust volume on soundtrack, fade soundtrack at end
13:45-14:30Project and export options
14:30-15:20Export movieto Movie Theater FIRST,then Theater to Camera Roll
15:20-16:00Move video from iPad to computer using Google drive, DropBox or Simple Transfer (not demonstrated)
Other Resources:To import your video into iMovie, you will need to have a digital camcorder and a firewire cable or SD card reader to transfer your video from the camera to computer.Creating a Movie
- Create new Movie
- Add Titles
- Edit a Title
- Transitions Overview
- Modifying Transitions
- IMovie Themes Overview
- Add Video Clips from iMovie or Aperture
- Add Animated Travel Maps and Backgrounds
- Add Audio and Music
- Organize Events and Projects
- Enhance the look and sound of a clip
- Stabilize shaky clips
- Work with Multiple Libraries
- Customize Movie settings