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You ll also see that the Clips button is just one choice of five in the lower-right corner With each of those choices, the area above the buttons changes to reflect what area you re working in So, when you click Editing, for instance, the controls above change to show all the editing controls for titles, transitions, video effects, and audio effects But we re getting a little ahead of ourselves More about that in a minute Since we already have our four shots on our computer, we can simply choose File | Import, locate the files, and bring them into iMovie Once the files have been imported, as clips, they take up residence in the Clips well, as shown in Figure 2-39 If you care to explore, hold down the camera icon, and you will see a choice of capture modes, form normal to time lapse See Figure 2-40
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There s more than meets the eye with the capture mode
Trim, Split, and Order Clips
It is time to put our four clips to work The first thing we ll do is trim our clips: 1 Select the first clip from the Clips well You ll see it in the large Preview pane to the left Take note of the In and Out markers in the progress bar There are three components to be aware of in the Preview pane: the playhead, which is the inverted triangle that rides along the top part of the progress bar, and the two markers, one on the left (In marker) and one on the right (Out marker), that ride along the bottom edge of the progress bar See Figure 2-41 2 Drag the Out marker to the point at which you want the video clip to end 3 Drag the In marker to the point at which you want the video clip to beginThe space in between those markers is the footage we want for our video So let s crop (trim) the clip to those points Select Edit | Crop Cropping your clips is destructive You are actually affecting the data on the clip Sometimes it s a good idea to use Edit | Split Video Clip at Playhead instead of cropping your clip This splits the clip into two, which gives you a few more clips to work with, but also saves the footage 4 Drag the cropped clip from the Clips well to the Timeline below When you drag your clips to the Timeline, you are essentially ordering them You can pick them up and drag them, shuffle them and such by selecting the clip mode for the Timeline 5 Repeat the process with the second clip, only this time, let s split the clip rather than crop it Choose Edit | Split Video Clip at Playhead You never know when you might want that bit of outtake See Figure 2-42 Also take note that in the Clips well, there are now two clips where there once was one
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Note the three components of the Preview pane s progress bar
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Split Video Clip at the Playhead makes two clips out of one
6 Since we only split the front part of the clip, we now have to take the back end and do the same Position the Out marker where you want the clip to end Make sure the playhead is also at the same point 7 Choose Edit | Split Video Clip at Playhead (or press z-t) 8 Drag the resulting clip with the footage you want from the Clips well to the Timeline 9 Repeat this process with the remaining two original clips 10 When you have all four clips, trimmed and ready, in the Timeline, click from the Film Frame icon to the Clock icon For reference, see Figure 2-43 Once you re in Timeline mode, shown in Figure 2-44, peruse for a moment the different aspects of the Timeline and how it depicts your clips You ll no doubt see that the ruler at the top shows the passage of time in a very accurate way Also, the clips have a volume control line running through them We ll deal with that adjustment when we work with audio a few steps down the line here
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The two modes for the Timeline Use Film Frame mode to order your clips Use Clock, or Timeline, mode to actually work with the clips
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