A Complete Step-By-Step Guide To Getting Video On YouTube Using A Mac – iMovie

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8 Responses to A Complete Step-By-Step Guide To Getting Video On YouTube Using A Mac – iMovie

  1. Hello Gideon,

    Thank you for this very helpful and informative video, I also have a mac book pro and I have played around with imovie but I never clearly understood how to use it. I have also checked online for video’s but until I found yours I was not able to learn from them. You did an Excellent job.

    Keep up the good work.

  2. Hey Gideon,

    Just wondering if you have the video tutorial for creating movies and presentations in Final Cut Pro? (As you mentioned that you will be showing in this video).

    Also could you share with us what software you used to create your excellent video presentations for Become A Blogger? e.g. iMovie, Camtasia, Powerpoint, Keynote, or Final Cut Pro..

    Thanks.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey Tyrone

      Ok will do!

      I’ll get into them after my current series of videos (the 37 must have tools I use).

      Talk soon!

      Gideon

  3. Hi Gideon…yep it’s me again! lol!

    I have hunted around looking for some answers to an issue I just can’t seem to resolve. I’m trying to upload a video to Youtube from a video created with Screenflow. (I recorded a Keynote presentation with Screenflow and now want to upload that video to Youtube…sounds simple enough!)

    I have tried exporting directly from Screenflow to Youtube using the built in function, I’ve tried exporting to mov from Screenflow then to flv then to Youtube, I’ve tried mov to Youtube and oh probably tens of combinations of settings within each of those methods.

    I’m getting two issues one of which is the ratio and the other is quality. Strangely I seem to only get one issue at a time. So when I fix the ratio the quality is bad, when the ratio is messed up the qualtiy is quite good.

    I’ve watched several tutorials on Youtube but no matter what I’m getting no where.

    Not sure if you can help or what questions I need to answer to get anywhere but I’m at my wits end. Do you have a product around here somewhere that I can give you money for your wisdom! :)

    Wannabe video marketer…Michelle. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey Michelle – I’m working on something now that could help you out…

      Will let you know once it’s ready :)

      Gideon

  4. Gideon, just reporting back that I managed to get the video uploaded to YouTube and it looks to be of reasonable quality and the ratio is right. :)

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Ah brilliant!

      Screenflow is pretty easy to figure out. Glad you got it sussed!

      Gideon

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