No, they’re not back (actually, they never left; people simply stopped reading big books). There’s something even better for Mac users. This one is far less expensive and useful to beyond the nth degree.
Got iMovie? Of course you do. Use iMovie? If you find even Apple’s latest version of iMovie a bit daunting, you absolutely positively need Lessons for iMovie from the great Stephen Martin. This isn’t a plug. It’s a fact. Short of having Martin stand over your shoulder and walk you through the intricacies of iMovie, this is the way to get the most of Apple’s entry-level movie production kit.
20 different lessons walk you through everything you need to know about how to use iMovie the right way.
Lessons are easily mastered because they’re on your Mac’s screen, they’re only about five minutes in length, and you can back up and start over at any time.
The tutorial has actual examples of how to and face-to-face explanations. Your Mac becomes a window into a classroom.
What you’ll learn in just a few short hours will be basics and beyond. How to import videos and photos, organize and rate video clips, edit clips into a project, adjust video clip timing, add titles, transitions, sound, and effects.
If you’re already an iMovie pro you might learn something new, but unlike iMovie for Dummies or iMovie for idiots, you won’t be insulted and you’ll see actual onscreen examples of how to do what iMovie does best.
Lessons for iMovie covers the latest iMovie version. The only negative at all is the tendency for the onscreen talent to talk to themselves rather than talk to the viewer while displaying iMovie’s features.