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Title: iMovie - a viable editing tool?
Post by: Simalacrum on June 05, 2009, 09:40:49 AM
Hi guys, I'm considering making my own video very very soon (with a friend or two... I'm afraid none of us entirely brilliant jugglers but we'll see how it goes :)), and this will be my first video I'll ever be doing any editing work on...

So I was just wandering, as editing goes, does iMovie work very well? I'm afraid I have no other choice really, but I was curious how good it was, or maybe soem tips on clever thingymegig's you can do with it? thanks for any help anyone can offer :D
Title: Re: iMovie - a viable editing tool?
Post by: Hathaway on June 05, 2009, 11:19:49 AM
take a look at any movie with me an toby in all of these are done with movie maker which is worse than imovie i believe, heck even baghead uses movie maker i believe.

so bassically its more than good enough, plus if youve not edited before you wont understand the more advanced programs.
Title: Re: iMovie - a viable editing tool?
Post by: LaNgErZ on June 05, 2009, 12:51:24 PM
all mine are edited on imovie so.............

lz

although my mac is dead therefore no vid this year, fail.
Title: Re: iMovie - a viable editing tool?
Post by: Marko on June 05, 2009, 02:39:07 PM
The newest iMovie is even better than the iMovie HD. In the new one there are really good features like the steady cam thingie. ;) I've edited most of my videos with iMovie. You can also get bluescreen plug-ins for iMovie. It really versatile software. Your'll do well with the iMovie.

I would say it's more about how you film the video than about the software...
Title: Re: iMovie - a viable editing tool?
Post by: Ben. on June 05, 2009, 04:11:06 PM
Mine was on Imovie.
Theres either fade out/in or wash out/in which don't look cheesy but the other transitions do IMO.
its good enough though.
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