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To trim a QuickTime video clip, open the video file in the QuickTime Player application. Go to Edit/Trim in QuickTime Player. Drag the yellow sliders to where you want to start and stop the movie. Save the edited movie.
Note: This will only record a video of your Mac’s screen, but no audio; to record both video and audio, please view this page. To record your Mac’s video display: Go to the QuickTime Player application.Choose File/New Screen Recording. Click … finish reading Recording a Video of Your Mac Screen
First round(s) of editing Give a brief statement on the project. Questions to ask yourself: What is the topic of the project? Can it be explained in 1-3 sentences? Is there a time limit to the project? If so, time … finish reading The Editing Process
Note: There is a list of iMovie tutorials online at the bottom of this page that are extremely helpful. Be sure to check them out! iMovie is organized into 3 thematic areas, generally found at the top of the screen … finish reading Using iMovie
This is where you pull everything together. You will review any footage or media, fix any issues with the media, then bring them onto a timeline and do your first edit in the editing software of your choice. Then, refine … finish reading Post-Production (aka Editing)
Gather media. Hopefully you have gathered some multimedia resources from the pre-production phase, and have some high resolution images to work with. Recording video. Be sure to know the rule of thirds and other framing techniques, as well as know some … finish reading Production
Video editing software choices for pc-users Here’s a list of possible video editing software choices. Video editing software choices for Mac-users iMovie is an easy free tool installed on most Macs, and is the best video editing software for its … finish reading Edit the Project with Video Editing Software