iPhone iMovie Tutorial

iPhone iMovie Tutorial

In this video, I explain how to use iMovie for the iPhone 4, and hopefully the 3GS in the coming days. iMovie for the iPhone 4 is an awesome application for on the go video editing when you are away from your computer. If you have and requests for iMovie iPhone tutorials, please post them in the comments. Ping Me: alexosh Follow me on Twitter: Twitter.com Check out my websites: iPhoneXpert.com http The video shows how to add videos(media,content), photos, audio(music), transitions, and much more. Thanks so much for watching! Make sure to subscribe to be informed when I have brand new videos. – Alex iPhone iMovie Tutorial How To Add Videos Clips Photos Music 4 3GS 4th generation Transitions Camera iPhone iMovie Tutorial How To Add Videos Clips Photos Music 4 3GS 4th generation Transitions Camera iPhone iMovie Tutorial How To Add Videos Clips Photos Music 4 3GS 4th generation Transitions Camera iPhone iMovie Tutorial iPhone iMovie Tutorial iPhone iMovie Tutorial iPhone iMovie Tutorial iPhone iMovie Tutorial iPhone iMovie Tutorial

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13 responses to “iPhone iMovie Tutorial”

  1. HydrobeanzJunior says:

    This was very helpfull but can you ad a credits reel?

  2. ak47domination1 says:

    Please reply! Can you get trailer for iMovie on the iPod touch 4th generation? Please reply!

  3. MrBestapps1234 says:

    please help how do i make that intro not for thw whole video i want if for 5 seconds please help

  4. JulieandJessie says:

    So u can’t upload the video to youtube from your phone??? so whats the point of it??

  5. Yasmine Al-Sahsah says:

    Can you cut things out?

  6. theavatarguy1 says:

    Can you do muzzle flash?

  7. Lunarman1000 says:

    can you rotate a movie in imovie?

  8. thatchickbad101 says:

    I actually can upload on my Ipod touch 4th generation

  9. love123coco says:

    How to u do like fastmotion it slow motion?

  10. Tmidiman says:

    Thanks for mentioning that you can turn off the audio in your movie clip. I knows it’s a little thing, but it’s what I was trying to find out about and no other tuts mentioned that feature. Thumbs up!

  11. jaskirat4444 says:

    @chillingwithbri-trim the video, if you don’t find that, then use splice

  12. owenmf says:

    idk i made good movies with splice i think its fine….

  13. angelioaa says:

    splice crashes like crazy…after i used for week, it takes 2.3G total space even though i compress all my videos…

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