When iMovie ’11 was released, the snazziest new feature was movie trailers, an easy way to create a short movie that had professional-quality editing and a soundtrack (recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra, no less). But a movie trailer seemed like a one-shot distraction. Sure, it was fun, but was that it?
In my latest article for Macworld, I reveal that there’s a lot more involved with movie trailers, including how to use them as a jumping-off point for editing longer movies. Read Mastering iMovie trailers for more.