IMOVIE FOR IPAD by CBt5G1

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									  LESSEQUIPMENT (CAMERAS, EDITING
   SOFTWARE, HARDWARE, CABLES)
  10 HOUR BATTERY LIFE
  FRONT AND REAR FACING CAMERA (CAN WORK
   SOLO)
  EASY FOR STUDENTS TO DO WITH MINIMAL
   EFFORT




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http://www.apple.com/ipad/
 PSA’sabout student issues
 Book reviews/reports
 Science projects and experiments (time lapse
  photography, capture active experiments)
 Biographies (I am _________)
 Reenact scenes from class novels
 Voice-overs with still pictures
 Current events reporting
 Book Fair commercials


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          http://www.apple.com/ipad/
 Choose  someone with steady hands, prop
  iPad on a stable surface with a tripod, or
  create a glide cam with a book truck or cart.
 Look for good lighting, natural or artificial.
  Cheap clip-on flood lights from a home
  improvement store work well.
 Be conscious of the audio. Don’t cover up
  the microphone, speak loudly.



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              http://www.apple.com/ipad/
 Touch the camera icon on the iPad
 On the bottom right, switch the button from the
  camera icon to the film icon.
 To film things in front of the iPad, just touch the
  red circle at the middle bottom of the screen.
 To film yourself, first touch the camera and
  arrow icon at the top right of the iPad screen.
 You may want to put your finger over the camera
  to film 4-5 seconds of slug (black film) to help
  transition the video into the movie.
 To stop, touch the red button again.
 The film will automatically save to the camera
  roll which can be accessed from iMovie.
   Launch  iMovie on the iPad.
   Click on the plus sign on the bottom left on
    the Marquee view.
   All media (film, still pics, audio) on your iPad
    will show up on the top left or tap the
    film/music note to insert media.
   You can also tap the camera button to record
    from the camera directly into iMovie.
   Your timeline is at the bottom.




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                                        http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/im
http://www.apple.com/support/imovie/
                                        ovie/id377298193?mt=8
 Drop  the video in to the timeline by tapping
  it twice.
 You can increase/decrease your workspace
  by pulling in or out on the timeline.
 To edit the film, move the film to the red
  line, tap the video to highlight it. Take your
  finger and run down the red line to splice.
  Do this twice to isolate a clip you want to get
  rid of.
 Tap the unwanted piece twice and tap the
  red delete clip button. This does not affect
  the original stored in your camera roll.
 Anything  saved in your iPhoto or camera roll
  will show up in the media pane.
 To add a picture, use your finger to move the
  red line on the film in the timeline of where
  you want the picture to go.
 Touch the picture and it will insert itself in
  the position indicated.




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      http://www.apple.com/ilife/iphoto/
 Click on Safari to access the internet and
  find a picture you want.
 Touch and hold the picture until a menu pops
  up.
 Touch the Save Image button
 The picture will save to your camera roll.
 Make sure you credit the picture at the end
  of your presentation.



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 A   transition will automatically be added
   where you have deleted a piece of film or
   added a still picture.
  If you double tap the transition you can
   choose the length of the transition and a few
   other options.




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http://www.apple.com/i
pad/
                               Title Text Here




 Double  click on the film piece or still that
  you want to add text to.
 Touch the Title Style button. Some options
  will be given as to where you want the text.
  Add a title at the beginning and credits at
  the end.
 Touch the box that will appear and use the
  keyboard to type your text.
 Tap elsewhere to exit the box.
 Cannot manipulate text style or size.
 To put additional audio in (theme music, sound
  effects, even songs from an attached iTunes
  account), click on the music note icon, the type
  of audio, and the clip itself. It will add it on top
  of what you have done.
 iMovie on iPad naturally takes care of music
  volume when voices are introduced. To adjust
  manually just double click on the clip and slide
  to adjust the volume.
 To add a voice-over, touch the microphone icon
  on the right on top of the timeline, touch the
  record option and speak into the microphone.
  Touch stop when you are done. A new track will
  be added to the timeline.
 Touch   the gear icon in the top right of the
  screen.
 Use your finger to scroll through the project
  settings.
 You can choose to keep any theme
  music/background music, and fades by
  moving the button from OFF to ON.
 Double click on the theme you want to apply.
 It will apply to any areas that you have
  added text (title, film, stills, and credits).
 Saves  in mp4 format
 Cannot be imported to the MacBook to edit
  in full iMovie program.
 Click on My Projects in upper left hand side
  to go to the Marquee view.
 Slide the “spotlight” on to the video you
  want to export.
 Touch the “arrow in the box” icon in the
  middle bottom of the screen.
 Can share to camera roll, YouTube, or iTunes.
 The project will remain in project form
  within the program.
 iMovie extras- $ .99
 Movie Slate- $24.99
 Storyboard composer- $4.99
 Teleprompter- $14.99
 Director’s Viewfinder- $2.99
 Scripts Pro- $5.99




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