Often, training materials are professionally createdusing actors, complicated production (with lights, microphones, tripods, and a crew), and so on. The resulting material is of high quality but bears little similarity to the kind of projects you will be working on. In order that this training be as real-world and practical as possible, it was made in precisely the way you would make your own videosthe quality of the shots (for better or worse) is comparable to what you can get with a typical consumer equipment; the sophistication of the projects is precisely what you can achieve using the iLife tools, with settings (and challenges) you will commonly find yourself in. The events depicted here were truly recorded in the way you are being taught to work. Hopefully, this will give you clear and realistic expectations about what you can do with your newfound skills.