10/23/2011:50 am MacMost Live: Create a Montage Video In iMovie Learn how to take a series of video clips and build a fun montage video to post of social media or share with friends. In this special live episode, watch Gary experiment and build a video piece by piece. Check out MacMost Live: Create a Montage Video In iMovie at YouTube for closed captioning and more options. Video transcript available soon.Related Subjects: iMovie (115 videos) Related Video Tutorials: Create a Magic Fireball Video Using the Software On Your Mac ― How To Use Video Overlays In iMovie For iOS ― How To Edit Your Video Like A YouTuber Using iMovie Comments: 7 Responses to “MacMost Live: Create a Montage Video In iMovie” Brian from Scotland 12 months ago Great insight into your workflow. And the features of iMovie. First class tutorial. Hopefully you’ll use it for other topics. (Amazed that it lasted an hour as the time passed so quickly!) Vina 12 months ago Thanks … learned a few more tricks on iMovie Ken VIgnona 12 months ago Even though I wasn’t able to watch the class live, I thought it was an excellent. It was nice to see how other people put together their own iMovies. It was great to see that you cut each clip to only a second or so. Sometimes I notice my movies become a bit too long. One quick question, when I begin each project I wait to load my entire photos library to be added to my media. Do you do through the photos app and drag each photo/video to desktop and then add to media? Gary Rosenzweig 12 months ago Ken: I happened to have these clips as files, not in my Photos library. But if they were in Photos, I would have taken them directly from Photos. Margot Wilmshurst 12 months ago I loved seeing how this was done. With my limited knowledge I just might try doing such a clip. On my bucket list. Thanks Gary. Ken Vignona 12 months ago Are we able to get photos and videos from iPhone, downloaded onto the computer without importing them into the Photos app. Sometime I take photos/videos for a project that I know I will not want to keep after project is complete? Gary Rosenzweig 12 months ago Ken: Sure. So you are not using iCloud Photos? Use the Image Capture app on your Mac to do it then. Comments Closed.