Category : Apple

How To Make A Killer Video For Less Than $100

Anyone with a phone can make a video these days, but to make a professional, high-quality video that gives your company or brand a clean, modern look requires two important things 1) the time and effort put into editing the video, and 2) excellent content – video, audio, and still imagery. If you are low

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Create Your Own Universe With Video Blocks

Carl Sagan was a brilliant author, astronomer, cosmologist and science populizer. Airing in the fall of 1980, he co-created and hosted “Cosmos,” a 13-part PBS television series that ultimately reached and influenced hundreds of millions of people worldwide. The New York Times described it as “a watershed moment for science-themed television programming.” March 4th, astrophysicist

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Will Video Editors Like the New 2012 iMacs?

After way too much delay, Apple’s new 2012 iMacs are finally available for order. Though they barely squeaked by their November deadline, many people (especially video editors) feel that this updated model is way overdue. The new design has been streamlined and is sure to please new consumers, but what about it specifically will speak

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How To Create Stop Motion and Time Lapse in iMovie

Stop motion and time lapse are a fun effects to occasionally incorporate into your video editing projects. You may think, however, that you need fancy software or high end video editing programs to get the job done. Not true! Even iMovie can create stop motion and time lapse videos if you know how to manipulate it. Here are step by step instructions for creating a stop motion or time lapse sequence in iMovie.

How to Use iPhone Video in iMovie

If you have an iPhone or a 4G iPod Touch, you’re walking around with a high quality camera in your pocket at all times. Start taking advantage of it! Use that little camera to capture spontaneous moments and candid memories! It is really easy to process iPhone video footage in iMovie if you know the quick workflow. Here’s a breakdown of how to do it in both iMove pre-’11 and iMovie ‘11.

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