- Full Description
Foundation Movie 2 is the ultimate guide to digital video out of the box. Combining simple but professional digital video shooting techniques with a full guide to using iMovie 2 in professional editing and enhancement, Foundation iMovie 2 also features a chapter on outputting your digital videos to DVD format with iDVD2.
This book gives you the skills necessary to create, edit and enhance professional-looking videos, web media, and DVDs, all with software that comes for free with your Mac! Its practical, step-by-step examples comprehensively cover digital video post-production, including:
- Video preparation and capturing footage
- Cutting techniques and theory
- Effective use of transitions
- Editing audio, recording voice overs, and adding music
- Applying effects
- Creative titling and credits
- Making slideshows
- Publishing videos to the web
- Delivering your productions on video and DVD
With a full case study and packed with professional tips, this book is the one-stop resource for anyone wanting to create, realise, edit, enhance and deliver great digital video for next to nothing.
iMovie 2 is yours and it owes you a living, or at least a good-looking edit of your sister's wedding. Underrated and underused, iMovie sits dormant on too many Macs. It's time you started using it to begin your climb to Hollywood, or just to transform your holiday videos into something more watchable. What's more, it's time more advanced digital video users realized just how useful iMovie can be.
The cut-down simplicity and speed of iMovie make it the ideal companion for professional filmmakers making rough cuts. Equally, the intuitive nature and fact that it's free make it the best choice for the home user, or underfunded aspiring filmmaker. This book will teach you to fully appreciate and harness the power of iMovie 2.
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