This evening I had an opportunity to conduct some impromptu video interviews using my iPhone, and edit them together using iMovie for iPhone for the first time. I published the final movie, which is just over five minutes long, in HD format to YouTube. I titled it, “Chili Cook-Off for Kids Ministries!”
Compared to ReelDirector for iPhone, which I’ve used twice previously, iMovie for iPhone seemed smoother, easier and faster. I like the cross-dissolve transitions it inserted. The themes are nice (I chose “Bright”) and the controls were straightforward. I actually didn’t have to trim or edit any of the clips I shot, which was nice from a speed standpoint, but I’ll have to go back into iMovie at some point to practice that process. Overall I remain AMAZED how easy and fast this process of mobile HD videography can be.
Sent from my iPhone
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- Podcast398: A Student's Experiences in Oklahoma City Public Schools Virtual School - 2013
- Understanding the value of social media use for literacy development - 2010
- Podcast299: Dreaming of the Storychaser's Peace Train - 2009
- Bison on the Konza Prairie - 2008
- Opposing ethnocentrism in schools and society - 2007
- WikiPedia user page, Oklahoma Digital Centennial project - 2007
- Blog post listeners, podcatchers and accessibility - 2007