iMovie '08 Bootcamp Links

Links for iMovie ’08 Bootcamp Class at LACOE.

Keyboard Shortcuts

Apple’s Shortcuts

Macworld article on getting back iMovie ’06 features

iMovie ’08 Tutorials

Apple’s Tutorials

Movie Making Tutorials

Flickschool
San Fernando High School Teacher, Marco Torres

Video in the Classroom.com
My site for elementary filmmaking

AFI Screen Education

Storyboarding

Storyboard Template

Storyboarding Movie

Screenplay to Storyboarding Movie

DVDs with Storyboards:

Monsters Inc.
Shrek I

Recommended Reading

Film Directing Shot by Shot by Steve Katz

Copyright and Fair Use

Hall Davidson Chart

Royalty Free Images

http://www.morguefile.com
http://www.pics4learning.com
http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons

Royalty Free Music

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Web Sites

Zamzar.com for downloading Youtube videos

VersionTracker.com for free and shareware software

VoiceThread
quasi-movie making web site and visual voicemail

Programs Mentioned

PulpMotion
not free but makes cool titles

TubeTV
free program for downloading Youtube movies

Handbrake
free program for getting media off of DVDs

Downloads

Download iMovie’ 06 (if you’ve bought iMovie ’08 and don’t have it)

Networks

professional networks for teachers

Classroom 2.0 video group

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Inspiration

Digital Students/Analog Schools

Ira Glass on Storytelling

SFETT San Fernando Valley Student Film Festival

One Response to iMovie '08 Bootcamp Links

  1. Matthew-

    Thanks for all the cool iMovie 08 links. About the Flip Video and iMovie 08: I’m going to have to amend my posts about Flip Video movies not importing easily into iMovie08. It seems that one of the latest software update from Apple fixed the issue on my iMac running OSX 10.4.11 (Tiger?) and my new Macbook running Leopard. I was able to directly import the movie files (.avi) off my Flip video directly into iMovie08 without having to use a converter like iSquint or Visual Hub. Very Cool!!

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