How to make video intros for YouTube
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By: Author Meredith Marsh. If you take a look at professional-looking videos on YouTube, there is a good chance that the magic is in the tiny little details. In this collaboration with my friend Holly Gillen , I got to show up on her YouTube channel and deliver 3 really easy ways to make your videos look polished for YouTube and social media. Before I jump into my tips for making your videos look professional and polished, I want to address a few questions about video editing with iMovie.
Easy Guide: How to Make a YouTube Intro in iMovie
Video content is becoming commonplace everywhere we get and use our information: social media , libraries, news outlets. From the simple media projects and science fair demos of grade school to final presentations in college, video work is vital to schoolwork — but more complex projects require a more complex process. I'll go over five ways to create high-level video essays , plus some tools you'll need to make them online. The purpose of a video essay is to make an argument or propose an idea, so your project should use every tool at its disposal to get its point across. Sociology projects, for instance, can contain graphs , charts , and still photos to show all sorts of information that videos cannot.
A Picture-in-Picture effect allows you to place a video clip or a picture on top of another such that they play simultaneously on different windows. This effect is such useful when you create a gameplay or education video. As one of the best and easy to use video editor, iMovie provide basic effects and editing tools such as a Picture-in-Picture feature. Step 1: Create a new project or open your recent project that you want to apply PiP effect. Step 2: Import your media files in iMovie, and drag the video that will be displayed on the full screen to the timeline.