Download iMovie HD 6 & iDVD 6 for Mac OS X (Visual QuickStart Guide by Jeff Carlson PDF

By Jeff Carlson

Have to study iMovie HD 6 and iDVD 6 quickly? test a visible QuickStart!This best-selling reference's visible structure and step by step, task-based directions may have you up and working with those nice iLife purposes very quickly. Best-selling writer and iLife professional Jeff Carlson makes use of crystal-clear directions, full-color illustrations, and pleasant prose to introduce you to every thing from utilizing issues, instruments, and results to timeline enhancing to video podcasts and blogs. you will additionally find out about every thing new in iMovie HD 6 and iDVD 6, together with motion-graphics subject matters, real-time results, audio improvements, sharing strategies, and extra!

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And slowly zoom in... then hold on the zoomed-in image before slowly zooming back out. Tips • If you missed the memo in Chapter 1: turn off the digital zoom feature of your camera. The camera tries to enlarge the pixels, thereby appearing to zoom beyond its optical limit. All you really end up with is large blocky pixels. • Sometimes you want an abrupt zoom, either because it enhances the action or because you don't have time to shoot, stop recording, zoom in, then begin recording again. In the latter case, zoom quickly and hold onto the shotyou can edit out the actual zoom later in iMovie.

If you bought a Mac after January 2006, iMovie HD 6 should already be installed. com/ilife/), which includes iMovie HD 6, iDVD 6, iPhoto 6, iTunes 6, GarageBand 3, and iWeb. Working with Projects The first thing to do is launch iMovie. This step may seem absurdly obvious, but stick with me for a minute. Go to your Applications folder in the Finder and launch iMovie by double-clicking its icon. 1): • Create a New Project starts an iMovie project from scratch. After clicking the button, give your project a name and decide where it will live on your hard disk.

2). 2. The camera assigns a timecode to each frame of film, which is used to manage your footage later in iMovie. The interpretation of those numbers is a lot like telling time on a digital clock, except for the last two digits: Hours:Minutes:Seconds:Frames So, our timecode number above is read as 1 hour, 42 minutes, 38 seconds, and 12 frames. NTSC digital video records at 30 frames per second (fps), so the last number starts at :00 and ends at :29; for PAL video, which records at 25 fps, the range is between :00 and :24.

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