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iMovie v2 for iOS - Foundation

Date: 7th September 2018

Duration: 35:33

Show ref: SCOM0767

iMovie for iOS is a fully featured video editor for both the iPad and iPhone. With support for up to 4K resolution, it's possible to both shoot and edit your movies on the go, directly on your iPhone or iPad.

In this foundation tutorial, Don takes you through configuring and using iMovie v2 for iOS to create stunning videos with minimal effort. The tutorial assumes no prior knowledge of iMovie and is designed for people to learn how to master the basics of iMovie on iOS from scratch.

iMovie for iOS is available for free via the iOS App Store.

Once you get the hang of the basic principles, iMovie for iOS is super simple to use and allows you to create professional looking videos and movie trailers in minutes.

iMovie v10 for Mac - Foundation

Date: 31st August 2018

Duration: 48:59

Show ref: SCOM0765

iMovie is a fantastic video editing package built on the Final Cut Pro codebase and as such, shares many features with its pro-level cousin.

In this Foundation tutorial, Don takes you through configuring and using iMovie v10 to create stunning videos with minimal effort. The tutorial assumes no prior knowledge of iMovie and is designed for people who want to learn how to master the basics of iMovie on the Mac, from scratch.

iMovie is available for free via the Mac App Store and is pre-installed on all new Macs.

Once you get the hang of the basic principles, iMovie is super simple to use and allows you to create professional-looking videos and movie trailers in minutes.

We'll take a look at iMovie for iOS in a future Foundation video.

ScreenFlow 7

Date: 11th August 2017

Duration: 35:41

Show ref: SCOM0655

ScreenFlow is the ultimate video capture and editing tool for creating screencasts. In addition, it's one of the simplest yet powerful linear video editors for standard video projects.

With the recent release of ScreenFlow 7, Telestream have improved performance and added even more features to this very capable app.

In this tutorial, we bring you up to date with all the new features of this great new release.

iMovie for iOS - 4K Update

Date: 30th October 2015

Duration: 15:38

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Now that we can shoot 4K video on our iPhones (6s and 6s plus), we can also edit and export videos in 4K too directly from our iOS devices.

In this show I take a look at the recently updated iMovie for iOS, with support for 4K editing and access to your iCloud Photo Library.

iMovie 10.1 - Working with 4K

Date: 23rd October 2015

Duration: 28:46

Show ref: SCOM0526

With the advent of the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus, 4K video is now available from your smartphone.

To compliment this new feature, Apple have released updates to iMovie to allow you to edit and export in glorious 4K. But not everyone wants to create 4K videos (for various reasons). The good news is you can future proof yourself by shooting in 4K today, and gain some tremendous benefits even if you want to create 1080p videos.

This episode looks at some of the ways you can now work with 4K video in iMovie.

ScreenFlow v5 - Part 5

Date: 16th January 2015

Duration: 29:23

Show ref: SCOM0486

Following on from the previous ScreenFlow episode, this week it's the final Screenflow v5 tutorial - phew!

Finishing off with a look at adding and manipulating text and graphics in your project, as well as some more advanced features such as adding closed captions or subtitles. I also take a look at the various exporting and publishing your project once completed.

ScreenFlow v5 - Part 4

Date: 9th January 2015

Duration: 28:34

Show ref: SCOM0485

Following on from the previous ScreenFlow episode, this week I take a further look at manipulating and adjusting video and audio clips using the properties panels, as well as adding annotations and using the new Touch callout features.

ScreenFlow v5 allows you to capture, edit, export and distribute video, all from a single application. Although primarily optimised for screencasts, ScreenFlow can handle most types of video projects.

ScreenFlow v5 - Part 3

Date: 26th December 2014

Duration: 30:44

Show ref: SCOM0483

Following on from the previous episode, this week I start to take a look at manipulating and adjusting video and audio clips using the properties panels.

ScreenFlow v5 allows you to capture, edit, export and distribute video, all from a single application. Although primarily optimised for screencasts, ScreenFlow can handle most types of video projects.

ScreenFlow v5 - Part 2

Date: 12th December 2014

Duration: 30:09

Show ref: SCOM0481

Following on from the previous episode, this week I take a look at some of the editing features in ScreenFlow v5.

ScreenFlow v5 allows you to capture, edit, export and distribute video, all from a single application. Although primarily optimised for screencasts, ScreenFlow can handle most types of video projects.

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ScreenFlow v5 - Part 1

Date: 5th December 2014

Duration: 29:48

Show ref: SCOM0480

ScreenFlow has been my tool of choice for creating screencasts since it was first released. Although optimised for screencast creation, it's actually a very competent and fully featured video editor, suitable for many different types of video production.

This week takes you through some of the first principles of the latest version of ScreenFlow - the recently released ScreenFlow 5.

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iMovie for Mac - Part 3

Date: 11th January 2014

Duration: 28:48

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This third and final part of a short series takes you through the basics of iMovie from scratch.

In this week's tutorial I take you through some of the more advanced aspects of iMovie including the different types of connected clips and special effects available. It's really easy to create some very impressive results with iMovie.

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iMovie for iOS - Part 3

Date: 11th January 2014

Duration: 15:33

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This third and final part of a short series, that takes you through the basics of iMovie for iOS from scratch.

iMovie on iOS was one of the first apps to demonstrate the latent power of iOS and how touch could be used effectively. The recently revamped version is the most advanced yet.

In this final tutorial, I take you through using some of the more advanced aspects of iMovie and using some special effects, as well as looking at audio and exporting your final projects.

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iMovie for Mac - Part 2

Date: 2nd January 2014

Duration: 27:35

Show ref: SCOM0433

This second part of a short series takes you through the basics of iMovie from scratch, and follows on from last week by taking a look at creating your own movie projects.

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iMovie for iOS - Part 2

Date: 2nd January 2014

Duration: 17:16

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This second part of a short series takes you through the basics of iMovie for iOS from scratch, and follows on from last week with a look at creating your own movie projects.

iMovie on iOS was one of the first apps to demonstrate the latent power of iOS and how touch could be used effectively. The recently revamped version is the most advanced yet.

This tutorial has been archived

iMovie for Mac - Part 1

Date: 28th December 2013

Duration: 35:30

Show ref: SCOM0432

iMovie has seen a lot of changes over the past few years, but the current version is the most advanced yet.

This first part of a short series takes you through the basics of iMovie from scratch, and leads off with a look at creating trailers - short, professionally produced videos with a punch.

I also take a look at a brand new feature for iMovie - iMovie Theater - a way to distribute yor clips and videos via iCloud to all your Macs, iOS devices and Apple TV.

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iMovie for iOS - Part 1

Date: 28th December 2013

Duration: 16:25

Show ref: SCOI0143

iMovie on iOS was one of the first apps to demonstrate the latent power of iOS and how touch could be used effectively. The recently revamped version is the most advanced yet.

This first part of a short series takes you through the basics of iMovie for iOS from scratch, and leads off with a look at creating trailers - short, professionally produced videos with a punch.

I also take a look at a brand new feature for iMovie - iMovie Theater - a way to distribute your clips and videos via iCloud to all your Macs, iOS devices and Apple TV.