What is the key to getting the most impressive effects with the Ken Burns tool?
How do you use the Ken Burns Effect in iMovie?
How do you access your iPhoto Library when you're in iMovie?
What are the two views you have in your iMovie workspace, and how do you switch between them?
How do you reorder clips in the iMovie workspace?
How do you delete a shot in the workspace?
How do you make changes to a shot in the workspace?
How do you add a title to your movie?
Where can you find your whole iTunes Library inside iMovie, and how do you incorporate a song into your movie?
Use shifts that are small (either zooming in or out just a little, or panning left or right just a little).
Set the start and end points of the move, select a duration, and apply them to each photo. The Ken Burns Effect works basically the same way in iMovie and iPhoto.
Click the Media button; click the Photos button; and get direct access to your whole iPhoto Library.
Your iMovie workspace has a Clip view and a Timeline view. To switch between them, click one of the two buttons above the workspace on the left: the Clip Viewer button, which looks like a frame of film, or the Timeline Viewer button, which looks like a clock.
Drag and rearrange your clips in either Clip or Timeline view. Clips with assigned transitions are another story. Remove the transitions before you drag your clip to another location.
Select the shot in the workspace and press Delete.
Select the shot. Click the Media button. Click the Photos button. Make the changes; then click Update.
Click the Editing button. Click Titles. Select a title style in the upper pane. Type your title in the middle pane. Choose your font type and size. Use the speed slider to set length. Drag the title from the upper pane to where you want it in your movie.
Click the Media button. Click the Audio button, and find your iTunes Library. Select the song you want, and drag it into the workspace. It will drop in wherever the playhead is parked.