Making Changes to Effects
After you've tried effects by simply applying them to successive clips, you'll probably discover that you want to make things more interesting or customized.
Because you've already applied an effect to a clip, you will need to
Task: Changing and Updating an Effect
This example picks up where we left off with the last task. We've decided that we want to try the
When you click the Apply button, iMovie starts to process the video. In a short while, you can preview it to see the final version of the video. Of course, if the effect doesn't measure up to your expectations, you can continue steps 14, trying out different adjustments until you're happy with the effect.
In this chapter, you found out how you can bring your iMovies one step closer to their Hollywood (or living room) debut by learning about titles, transitions, and effects. You learned how easy it is to make and adjust titles in iMovie. You also learned how iMovie enables you to add professional-looking transitions to a project, which can help digital video to look and feel more like a real movie. Finally, you saw how, in certain situations, an effect such as Brightness/Contrast can actually help you to see your video better if it was shot in a setting where there wasn't much light, also known as a low-light situation .
Chapter 16. Using Still Photos, Music, and Sound Effects in iMovie
iMovie isn't only useful for people with video
If you've added view clips to your project from your camera or from other sources, they've almost