There's a resource called Unlocking iMovie '09 linked to on the jtoolkit.com site. (http://www.unlockingimovie.com/).
And to supplement that, this isn't exactly what you're asking for, but Mindy…"
Looking for a good iMovie '09 tutorial for my Web class this spring. "The Missing Manual" is quite good, but more than my students need. Apple's online tutorials seem inadequate, not to mention hyperbolic.
On June 8, 2009, I interviewed Paul Bass, the founder and editor of the New Haven Independent; Melissa Bailey, the Independent's managing editor; and Mark Brackenbury, managing editor of the daily New Haven Register.
"Hey Dan -- Our pleasure! Chalk it up to our "big tent" attitude I guess -- all file formats are welcome! (Or the Ning video codec just happens to mash well with your output, but I'm glad about it, either way.)"
I'm an assistant professor of journalism at Northeastern University, specializing in new media and how they are changing the face of the news business. I write a weekly column on media issues for the Guardian, and am a panelist and blogger for "Beat the Press," on WGBH-TV in Boston.
Please have a look at the final projects submitted by my students in Reinventing the News at Northeastern University. They consist of extended blog posts about new-media ventures and personalities, complete with videos, slideshows and Google maps.
I just finished watching videos made by my students in Reinventing the News. All of them have good points; some are quite strong from beginning to end.
A few technical notes:
1. The videos were shot with low-end digital cameras, several of which created file compatibility problems. Two students who used Flip cameras had to edit their work on their Windows laptops using Windows Movie Maker, as… Continue