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LA_SPI_7.1.22_iMovie_Directions_CY

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									             How to Make an iMovie Presentation

Importing pictures from websites to iPhoto
  1. On FINDER, go to FILE – NEW FOLDER.
  2. Name your folder – Your name, class period (ex. Young, 3rd)
  3. Open the Internet.
  4. Go to your websites – DRAG the images to your desktop
     folder
  5. Once you have all the images in your folder, open IPHOTO
     (camera image on dock).
  6. DRAG your desktop folder to the bottom left corner of
     iPhoto column. (It will import all of your photos.)
  7. CLOSE IPHOTO.

Importing pictures from disk to iPhoto
  1. Insert disk into CD drive.
  2. On FINDER, go to FILE – NEW FOLDER.
  3. Name your folder – Your name, class period (ex. Young, 3rd)
  4. Open CD, CLICK and DRAG images from your disk to your
     desktop FOLDER
  5. Once you have all the images in your folder, open IPHOTO
     (camera image on dock).
  6. DRAG your desktop folder to the bottom left corner of
     iPhoto column. (It will import all of your photos.)
  7. CLOSE IPHOTO.

How to take a picture of an image that won’t drag into folder
  1. Hold down simultaneously – OPEN APPLE – SHIFT – 4
  2. The cursor changes into crosshairs (+).
  3. Put the (+) cursor at the TOP LEFT CORNER of image,
     CLICK AND HOLD mouse until you drag the cursor to the
     BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER of image.
  4. The picture is now saved to your desktop as PICTURE 1.

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              Creating iMovie using iPhoto images

Importing iPhoto images into iMovie
  1. OPEN IMOVIE (star image on dock).
  2. Go to FILE – NEW PROJECT.
  3. Name your project – YOUR NAME, CLASS PERIOD, BOOK
     TITLE(S). (Ex. Young, 3rd, The Cat in the Hat)
  4. Click CREATE.
  5. On the right of the toolbar, click the CAMERA icon. (This
     opens iPhoto.)
  6. CLICK the blue arrow button.
  7. SELECT the folder you created.
  8. You are ready to use pictures.

Using iPhoto images in iMovie
  1. Click and drag photo to project screen.
  2. Click on picture, which highlights the image in yellow.
  3. On the picture, click on the CROP icon (center of picture) -
     In the preview screen (upper right corner of iMovie), Click
     FIT to show whole image as is, Click CROP to select a
     smaller portion of image, OR Click KEN BURNS to have a
     start and stop moving position of the image.
  4. Click DONE, when you are pleased with the adjustments.
  5. On the picture, click the TIMER icon (bottom left corner of
     picture) - ADJUST the duration of your picture. (You may
     need come back to tweak this later.)
  6. Click either “Applies only to selected photo” or “Applies to
     all photos”
  7. Click OK.
  8. Repeat Steps 1-7 for all pictures.




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Adding Text to images/pictures in iMovie
  1. On the right of the toolbar, click on the T icon (titles
     browser).
  2. CLICK and DRAG title choice ON TOP of picture until it
     turns blue. (It makes a blue text box above the picture.)
  3. Click the BLUE TEXT BOX above the picture (makes a
     yellow highlight line around text box.)
  4. In the preview screen (upper right corner of iMovie), TYPE
     your text. (You can change the font, color, etc. by clicking
     on the “SHOW FONTS” section.)
  5. Click DONE after entering text.
  6. Repeat Steps 1-5 for all pictures, as needed.
  7. SPECIAL NOTE: You don’t have to have the title the same
     for the whole duration of the picture. You can insert the
     title at the beginning of image, end of the image, OR for the
     whole duration of the image. Note the change in the BLUE
     highlighted section before DROPPING on top of the image.

Adding Text to iMovie between images/pictures
  1. On the right of the toolbar, click on the T icon (titles
     browser).
  2. CLICK and DRAG title choice to desired location. (It makes
     a green line.)
  3. Click the BLUE TEXT BOX above the picture (makes a
     yellow highlight line around text box.)
  4. In the preview screen (upper right corner of iMovie), TYPE
     your text. (You can change the font, color, etc. by clicking
     on the “SHOW FONTS” section.)
  5. Click DONE after entering text.




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Adding Transitions between images and title pages on iMovie
  1. On the right of the toolbar, click on the HOURGLASS icon.
  2. CLICK and DRAG style of transition between pictures.
  3. May adjust transition duration, as needed by following
     STEPS 4-7.
  4. Click on transition box to highlight in yellow.
  5. Go to EDIT (top of program)
  6. Click SET DURATION
  7. Adjust duration, then CLICK OK.

Using Voiceover to record information on iMovie
  1. On the center of the toolbar, click the MICROPHONE icon.
  2. Click on the image/location you would like to begin
     recording.
  3. 3, 2, 1 - You are now recording. Hit the SPACE BAR to stop.
  4. When you make a mistake, highlight the voice recording
     under the image – click DELETE.
  5. NOTE: Make sure they do not overlap recordings, as it will
     be too hard to understand.

Adding Music/Sound Effects on iMovie
  1. On the center of the toolbar, click the MUSICAL NOTE
     icon.
  2. Click the blue arrow, CLICK on the music/sound effects
     FOLDER.
  3. When you find the music/sound you want, then CLICK and
     DRAG music selection to desired location in project.
  4. If it is too short or long, CLICK and HIGHLIGHT sound
     recording. Go to END of recording until the cursor changes
     into a crosshair. CLICK and DRAG the recording to desired
     location.




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Making adjustments to volume of music, sound effects, or
voiceover on iMovie
   1. CLICK and HIGHLIGHT sound recording.
   2. Click the SPEAKER icon located on the center of the
      toolbar.
   3. Drag the VOLUME level up and down, as needed.
   4. CLICK DONE to save changes.

How to view your movie
  1. Piece by piece – CLICK the SPACE BAR wherever you have
     placed your cursor (red line).
  2. Whole movie from the beginning – Go to VIEW (top of
     iMovie program), CLICK “Play from beginning”.
  3. Full screen movie from the beginning - Go to VIEW (top of
     iMovie program), CLICK “Play full screen”.



Don’t forget to make cover AND reference pages!

Go back and make necessary adjustments!

  • When you are done or the class is ready to dismiss, go to
    iMovie – select QUIT iMovie. (It continually saves.)




You did it! You just made an iMovie! GREAT JOB!




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Name ___________________ Class ______ Date _________


               Poetry Terms Lesson
            Due date______________________

  1. Completed iMovie presentation
  2. List each type of poetry terms you used in your lesson.
  3. Give a specific example for EACH term used in lesson.
  4. While viewing peer advertisements, GRADE each
     presentation on “Peer Evaluation Form”. (Use rubric for
     accurate grading.)
  5. Did you remember to make cover AND reference pages?


         Poetry terms               SPECIFIC example of poetry
         used in lesson                terms used in lesson




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