This video is requested by Brenda Adelman. She is my new buddy from the Video Blogging Challenge community at Google+. Tomorrow (April 11th) is the LAST day for our challenge. But Bonnie Jean is planning on starting another Video Blogging Challenge as soon as it’s over.
Last time when I created the Video Blogging Challenge 3, I thought I’d experiment a little bit on the introduction & transition on iMovie. I don’t know the latest iMovie today.
How to find out information on iMovie mp4?
Here I am showing you exactly by taking a screenshot on my computer. Notice I clicked the icon “video blogging challenge.mp4” and it gave me a blue highlite. Then it opens up another window on the left which you can read your file’s information. It’s pretty self-explanatory.
Here’s how you find out information:
• Click your .mp4 or .mov
• Press Command + I = shows your information and how big is the file
If you double click the icon mp4 or mov, it will play the video for you instead of giving you information. However, if you press Command then “i” this will give you the information you need and you can find out how big is your file, what kind is it, is it an “MPEG-4 movie” and so forth.
How to find out what version is your iMovie?
So you are in your iMovie window. You can check your version on iMovie by selecting the About iMovie and then it will show what version of iMovie you have after you let go of the mouse.
So far I am using iMovie 09 for Mac OS X 10.6.8.
If you have any question please do not hesitate to ask me on the commentary window below. Or you can email me on my Contact page above my menu. Hope this help you on creating your next video. Have fun! 🙂