Basic Video Editing in iMovie (Part 1)

Basic Video Editing in iMovie (Part 1)

This is a video tutorial on how to edit basic footage in iMovie. There is also an advanced video editing in iMovie video on my channel so check that out too!

Don’t forget to check out our other video tutorials or share this video with a friend.

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21 responses to “Basic Video Editing in iMovie (Part 1)”

  1. Duskies213 says:

    SWAG = Secretly We Are Gay
    true story

  2. copnite12342 says:

    but how do you keep the still pics from moving though? I just want my pics to be still

  3. BobHenderson1 says:

    Of course! 🙂

  4. BobHenderson1 says:

    I use ScreenFlow. Its a great Application.

  5. Trbickham00 says:

    thank you!

  6. Josh Thompson says:

    Hey Bob,

    Thanks for posting this video. It’s helpful. I am curious – what software did you use to make the screencast?

  7. BobHenderson1 says:

    Anytime :)

  8. polarbare11 says:

    best beginners tutorial I have found yet….what on earth does anyone think they can learn from 10 year olds…thanks for making this…

  9. BobHenderson1 says:

    You probably shot your video where there wasn’t much light. That will give you grainy video. There isn’t much that can be done in iMovie to save grainy video.

  10. Teresa Williams says:

    Just found your video and its exactly what I needed! My video with imovie 11 looks quite grainy. Any suggestions? Thanks!

  11. BobHenderson1 says:

    YouTube has a time limit. Depending on your membership type. I’ve been an ACTIVE member for a long time so I can upload videos up to 20 minutes or more. For newer users, the default is 10 minutes. Unless you become a special youtube member wherein you’ll pay for more upload features.

  12. Vinchenzo captain says:

    hey man, do you know about imovie and purchase to youtube. i am good with that but it only put 15mins. can you go further please reply

  13. lovetomoperfect says:

    Maybe you could try to click on the settings button of the intro song, and type the duration/ how long you want it to be there.. or you could just click the end of the song bit and drag it to the spot where you want it to end.

  14. NoMiloSTAHP says:

    i made an intro and put a song over it but when i put a video infront of it the song continues to play through the whole video my intro song that is.

  15. Snivygirlminimovies says:

    I want iMovie and iMac too, but it’s $1,000. 🙁

  16. says:

    You take the video ??

  17. BobHenderson1 says:

    iMovie comes with every Mac

  18. brendan large says:

    Me and my brother have a you tube channel that has a decent amount of subs and we do vids every week. we edit our vids in windows movie maker but when you import the vids of what we’ve recorded the quality drops dramatically and we cant change it. we are thinking about buying a G5 to do our editing on. will it come with this software or will we need to buy it seperatly?

  19. catalinaturcanu1 says:

    I can’t drag my video to the project board.. it doesn’t show the plus sign or anything..

  20. Lucas Cooky says:

    It’s amazing!

  21. Joanna Perez says:

    Thanks 🙂

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