The iMovie '09 Brown Bag session originally scheduled on November 12 was interrupted by a fire alarm in Kuykendall Hall; the session has been rescheduled for Tuesday, December 1, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Anyone interested in learning about iMovie from presenter Kepano Kekuewa, Apple's Higher Education Account Executive for Hawaii, is encouraged to register for the session at http://www.hawaii.edu/training
Kekuewa uses this application extensively in his hobbies involving photography and video, he will cover the key concepts of importing, organizing and editing digital video projects. Attendees will also learn how to navigate the iMovie Library, use organizational tools like Events to archive footage for video projects, and basic editing techniques introduced in iMovie '08 and refined in iMovie '09 with tools such as the Precision Editor. Various options for exporting and sharing completed video projects through online hosting services and traditional DVDs will also be demonstrated.
Brown Bag sessions are streamed via Quicktime approximately one week after their original presentation date, so if you've missed any of this year's topics you can view them at http://www.hawaii.edu/brownbags
--Posted by Larry N. Wiss, Communications Officer, UH ITS,
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