Links of Interest
- Produce Digital Video in Jones Media Center
- The Student Center for Research, Writing, and Information Technology (RWIT)
- Ask the Techies - iMovie, Part I
In this two part video, D.Lee explains how to use iMovie 06 (iMovie HD). He explains how to import video, how to arrage, and reaarange clips. D.Lee also shows you how delete unwanted portions of video you imported.
- Ask the Techies - iMovie, Part II
In part video, D.Lee Beard continues to explain how to use iMovie 06 (iMovie HD). He explains D.Lee explores the "Editing" tab to demonstrate how to add titles, themes, video effects, audio effects, transitions between video clips or photos, and apply "Themes" as another type of title effect to your video. He also explains how to add "Chapter" markers for longer videos burned to DVD, or exported for iPod, so that one can skip a section of the video the same way one skips sections on a professional DVD. Speaking of DVDs and iPods, D.Lee explains how to burn your video to a DVD disk that can play in a TV DVD player using iDVD, how to export your video as a QuickTime movie that can be played on an iPod (or not), and how to even export it to videotape.
- Center for Digital Storytelling
The Center for Digital Storytelling is a California-based non-profit 501(c)3 arts organization rooted in the art of personal storytelling. We assist young people and adults in using the tools of digital media to craft, record, share, and value the stories of individuals and communities, in ways that improve all our lives.
- Apple's Student Gallery
"The Apple Digital Media Gallery where students control the content."
- iMovie and Digital Media Resources
Gary Stager has created a website, stager.org, which is designed to provide "support for progressive educators." This website is filled with innovative ideas on how to use technology in educational settings, as well as practical tips on how to use iMovie and other applications.