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'''iMovie''' is a consumer grade desktop video editing application that is currently only available for Apple computers.  iMovie interfaces with iPhoto, iTunes, and iDVD for seamless multimedia production. This application is relatively easy to use and is capable of working with basic video editing including adding transitions, working with multiple audio tracks, and adding limited titles and effects.</div>
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'''iMovie''' is a video editing application that allows you to combine still images, audio and video to create video files.   </div>
  
Apple has a number of excellent, brief [http://www.apple.com/findouthow/movies/ video tutorials that can get you started with iMovie] quickly. You can also [http://www.lynda.com/home/websearch.aspx?q=imovie learn more about iMovie at Lynda.com], by using one of our checkout accounts for Evergreen Students. Please call the Computer Center front desk for assistance (360-867-6227).
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Apple has a number of excellent [http://www.apple.com/findouthow/movies/ video tutorials that can get you started with iMovie] quickly. You can also get in depth video training on iMovie at [[Lynda.com Video Tutorials|Lynda.com]]
  
 
For more advanced editing, we recommend using Final Cut Pro.
 
For more advanced editing, we recommend using Final Cut Pro.
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Latest revision as of 16:26, 1 March 2012

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iMovie is a video editing application that allows you to combine still images, audio and video to create video files.

Apple has a number of excellent video tutorials that can get you started with iMovie quickly. You can also get in depth video training on iMovie at Lynda.com

For more advanced editing, we recommend using Final Cut Pro.