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iMovie Presentation

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jared zumwalt

on 22 April 2013

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Learning iMovie iMovie Project Well hello there.. You can add noises and songs by clicking the music note. Welcome to the iMovie presentation . You will learn about how and when you could use this tool. Next... Drag a picture from your desktop to the black screen to make your first slide. Please watch this iMovie below. What you can use iMovie for... You can use iMovie for a class project, meeting presentations, movie trailers and etc. So to start an iMovie you click the icon on your dock,
if you do have it please open it now. Once you get on iMovie this should pop up on your screen. Find one you like and drag it to your iMovie Movie Time!! If you don't have the icon on your dock go to finder, applications, then open it up. You can change what it will show and where it will move in the picture. You can crop it by pressing the little black button on your picture. You can add imovie to prezi by..
pressing "insert" and then press "file" Then select your iMovie. Now lets get started!! The best way to save an iMovie is to export, QuickTimeMovie.m4v To transition, add a transition by;
clicking this button on the option dock. This should pop up when you press it Select one that you like and drag it in between one of your slides.
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