In this tutorial, I will show you how to save iMovie mp4 video files.
Believe it or not but this is quite a common question as the iMovie is optimized for uploading files to YouTube and other services and saving them on the computer. But it is fairly easy and similar process no matter what device you use: Mac, iPad or iPhone.
Before we start one word, saving a video and saving iMovie project is not the same thing and in this tutorial, I am talking about saving the file, the end product of editing process, a vide that you can watch.
I will only cover how to save files on Mac but when I have some free time I will add some more information for iPad nad iPhone users. OK, let’s get started.
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In today’s quick tutorial we will find out how to use fade in and out effects with iMovie. This software is available on many Apple devices but I will discuss how to create these effects on Mac (the solution might be similar for iPhones and iPads).
I and many other YouTubers ditched intros from the beginning of the clips but I still think that one second fade in and out effects at the beginning and end of the clip look better and give the clip slightly more professional look. Applying these effects on iMovie is so easy and takes virtually 2 seconds that it is certainly worth doing. Here’s how to do it.
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