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Aug 31, 2012
by Stephen Ashby.
Radically improve your project’s production values by ironing out shakes and wobbles caused by hand-held camera moves
Aug 21, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
If you’re creating a movie on your Mac, you can enhance your project by adding your own sound effects. Follow our guide below to create some in GarageBand.
Jul 26, 2012
by Stephen Ashby.
Want to know how to make amazing movies, hear our verdict on the MacBook Pro with Retina display or find out how iOS 6 will change your life? We’ve got just the magazine for you…
Apr 22, 2012
by Stephen Ashby.
Learn iMovie Week reaches 11 and shows how to use iMovie’s Titles browser to add extra information to your edited sequences
Apr 21, 2012
by Stephen Ashby.
Use the retro 8mm Vintage Camera app to add analogue film artefacts to your digital footage in part 9 of Learn iMovie Week
Apr 20, 2012
by Stephen Ashby.
In the seventh part of Learn iMovie Week, use iMovie’s array of digital effects to change the speed, look and sound of your video clips and create surreal dream sequences
Apr 20, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In the sixth instalment of Learn iMovie Week, we look at how to film and edit a professional looking interview using iMovie’s suite of post-production tools.
Apr 19, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In the fourth instalment of Learn iMovie Week we use iMovie in tandem with iPhoto to streamline the process of storing and managing your photos and movies.
Apr 18, 2012
by Stephen Ashby.
Use the Ken Burns effect to add smooth and steady camera moves to your video footage, such as zooms and pans in the third Learn iMovie Week Tutorial
Apr 18, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In this second installment of Learn iMovie Week, we’ll pay homage to the Film Noir genre by replacing colour clips with high contrast monochrome shots.
Apr 17, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In the first instalment of Learn iPhoto Week, we use iMovie’s colour tweaking tools and Titles browser to mimic the retro look of a classic silent movie.