iMovie Slow Motion & Frame Rate

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How To Make Your Videos Look More Cinematic in iMovie||Tutorial

In this tutorial video, I'll show you guys some basics in color grading to give your videos a more cinematic look in iMovie. With these tips you can start to make your films look more professional! Stay tuned for more tutorials like this covering iMovie, Adobe Premiere, and Final Cut Pro! ======================================================== Songs: -Kygo and Selena Gomez- It Ain't Me (Codeko Remix) - Maroon 5 ft. Future- Cold (Neptunica X Calmani & Grey Remix) - Vanic ft. Katy Tiz- Samurai (BKAYE Remix) ============================================================== letterboxing file:

Smooth Slow Motion Tutorial

A short tutorial explaining how to achieve smooth slow motion in iMovie, using a Canon DSLR. Created for West Kent College.

iMovie How To Do Slow Motion

Hello Everyone, Heres a video on how to do slow motion clips in iMovie i hope this helps you out don't forget to hit like and also subscribe Thanks

Do You Know What The Best Frame Rate Is To Use When Shooting Video: 24 /30 /60

Grab the FroKnowsPhoto Guide To DSLR Video Right Here RIGHT NOW!!! Be sure to use the code shootvideo at checkout to get 24% OFF the already discounted price. This is a FREE preview from the FroKnowsPhoto Guide To DSLR Video. In this section we demonstrate the differences between Frame Rates like 24 / 30 / 60 to help you determine which is the best to use for your situation. We use hungry hungry hippos to show you the differences between the frame rates

New iMovie Action Effects

Free pre-keyed effects: A tutorial on using the newest version of iMovie (iMovie v10/ iMovie 13) for muzzle flashes, color grading, and other visual effects. Effects in this video: Muzzle Flash: HUD: (*Note, this was an After Effects Template and not designed for iMovie*) Free pre-keyed effects: Music from Proscores

How to do basic slow motion in iMovie, the importance of frame rate in slow motion, and how to export at 60fps in iMovie.

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