iMovie ’11 Screencast: Working With Themes

And here we are again, with another installment in the iMovie ’11 video tutorial series. Today we look at iMovie’s themes. Themes are a unique part of iMovie that really let you take your home movies to the next level. But there are a couple of tricks to be aware of when trying to make use of them yourself.

Let’s dive in!

The Screencast

Wrap Up

See what I did there? Left you with a cliffhanger! Next time we’re going to look at the new “Movie Trailer” functionality in iMovie ’11. It was a big part of the keynote that introduced iMovie ’11, and when you start to use it you can see the time and effort Apple put into making it shine. So keep your eyes peeled for the next installment in the iMovie ’11 video tutorial series, coming soon.


  • Don Seher

    In Precision Editor, not only can you move the transition, you can also shorten/lengthen the transition. Much easier than moving the transition and video tracks to tweak the transition to look perfect.

  • ipodimac

    Please!, a better world is posible; stop using flash video!

  • http://miguelcamacho.com Miguel Camacho

    You know what will be cool, that apple will open iMovie plattform so developers may create themes for users to buy and install on imovie

  • David Rowe

    I have been using imovie 2011 since it was launched and am very satisfied, cant wait for the next version, congrats imovie.

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