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Re: FAQs: Apple iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.)

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Don't have much to say there do you :smileytongue:

 

brilliant vid:smileyhappy:

 

i love the intro.

 

two things.

 

1) if you can't do voice overs could you add annotations to it instead?

 

2) what program are you using to do that?

 

again brilliant start I look forward to the next instalments:smileyhappy:

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Re: FAQs: Apple iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.)

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Re: FAQs: Apple iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.)


Liquid wrote:

Don't have much to say there do you :smileytongue:

 

brilliant vid:smileyhappy:

 

i love the intro.

 

two things.

 

1) if you can't do voice overs could you add annotations to it instead?

 

2) what program are you using to do that?

 

again brilliant start I look forward to the next instalments:smileyhappy:


 

To record my iPhone screen I'm using an application on my Mac called Reflector.

 

I added the titles, editted, and uploaded the video onto You Tube through iMovie.

 

Re annotations. I'll have a dig around iMovie and see if I can see any mention of them.

 

Yeah its not the best of vids, would have been better with a bit of talk over or like you mentioned annotations, but its my first go :smileyhappy:

 

Hopefully future vids will be better. Its all a learning curve :smileyhappy:

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Re: FAQs: Apple iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.)

Here you go mate:smileyhappy:

http://pinoyappler.com/2012/07/09/create-music-videos-with-annotions-using-imovie/
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Re: FAQs: Apple iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.)


Liquid wrote:
Here you go mate:smileyhappy:

http://pinoyappler.com/2012/07/09/create-music-videos-with-annotions-using-imovie/

Believe it or not, I was reading the exact same page when I got the email notification of a new reply :smileylol:

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Re: FAQs: Apple iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.)

I feel an 'edit' coming on!:smileyhappy:

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Re: FAQs: Apple iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.)

Appears the voice input bit is right next to the annotation menu as well. There's no lip syncing so it shouldn't be too difficult:smileyhappy:

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Re: FAQs: Apple iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.)

Great video, keep them coming. :smileyhappy:

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Re: FAQs: Apple iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, etc.)


Liquid wrote:
Appears the voice input bit is right next to the annotation menu as well. There's no lip syncing so it shouldn't be too difficult:smileyhappy:


I can record a voice over, but the problem I am having is keeping up with what's going on in the video as I'm talking. If I fluff my words the video has then went onto the next step.

 

I need a way of either been able to record the audio seperately(and then adding/attaching it onto the video later), or been able to pause the video (when required), before then moving onto the next step/instruction.

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http://mediacommons.psu.edu/instruction/tutorials/adding-sound-effects-music-and-recording-voiceover...

Appears you could record multiple segments describing the video and attach them to specific sections of the timeline.

You could record using a secondary program then use said recordings to import to imovie. Unfortunatly I'm not a mac user so I'm not too clued up with imovie.

 

edit: using imove you could follow this (ignore domain name it just looked the best haha)

 

http://m.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-add-narration-to-your-imovie-project.html

 

then if you find you don't have enough time to say what you need I think you'd be able to get away with slowing down the video clip;

 

http://support.apple.com/kb/PH2239?viewlocale=en_US

 

 

however knowing you you've probally already considered this haha just ignore me:smileyhappy:

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