I don't know about you, but for a long time, whenever I watched a movie and compared it to a sports game or somthing on TV, I could always see a difference. Somehow the movie looked like a movie, and the TV show looked like a plain old TV show.

In this instructable I will show you how to make your "home movies" look like professional movies with iMovie 6.

Step 1: Here we go.

Nowadays most movies are filmed in 16:9 Widescreen. If your camcorder has the capability to film in 16:9, do it. If you can't film in 16:9, that's ok, it will look just fine.

Once you have worthy footage, import it into iMovie and do all of your standard editing.
very cool! it'd be neat if you uploaded a before/after video so that we could see the effects in action too! I wish i had iMovie! I'm stuck with a PC for now but once i've got some spare change i will splash out on a really powerful mac :) You wouldn't happen to know of an analogous program to iMovie for PC would you?
Try this --&gt; <a rel="nofollow" href="http://videospin.com/Redesign/">http://videospin.com/Redesign/</a><br/><br/>I have never used it, so I don't know how similar it is to iMovie, but it's worth a shot. They say that it's better than Windows movie maker.<br/><br/>Good luck!<br/><br/>P.S.<br/><br/>I will post a before/after video as soon as possible.<br/>
looks really cool man! will hopefully use this soon!
awesome, thanks for the link! looking forward to the video as well.

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