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Getting Started with iMovie
Online documentation for using iMovie on the following devices:
iPad 2 and later
iPhone 4S and later, iPod touch (5th generation and later)
Create a movie project
First, choose a movie theme with titles and graphics. Next, add video clips, photos, or audio, and adjust your project’s settings (such as turning theme music on or off). Finally, edit your movie to give it a professional look and feel.
Add video clips and photos from the photo library
With your project open, scroll the timeline so that the playhead (the white vertical line) appears where you want to add a video clip ...
You can add background music, special effects, or your own recorded audio to iMovie.
Add a title to a video clip or photo
You can add a title to any video clip or photo in your project. Each title style animates onto the screen and remains onscreen for the entire duration of the video clip or photo to which it’s added.
Use iMovie Theater
When you finish a project, you can send the completed movie or trailer to iMovie Theater. You can then find and watch your movies in one place.
Share to other devices
Share to iMovie Theater, a nearby device using AirDrop, iTunes, and much more ...
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