Since no one pays any attention to what I do here, maybe no one will notice this silly little copyright-infringing iMovie trailer I put together with footage from New Year’s Eve.
I told y’all I was going to keep making these little trailers. They’re fun, yo! Once again, the editing was all done in iMovie, and all footage was captured by my
obsolete iPhone 7 using the Filmic Pro app.
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As you already know, I’ve taken to creating fake movie trailers with iMovie, and I’ve shared two of them with you so far: The Last Happy Hour and The MTA Sucks.
Well, here I want to share with you a trailer that I’ve made — but it’s not going to be for something fake. JFXXLA: The Charm is a documentary (of sorts) I’m putting together about my recent trip to Los Angeles. It probably won’t be of interest to anyone; it’s a true vanity project that I’m creating to help myself get more familiar with iMovie (and maybe use to graduate to Final Cut Pro X).
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Damn, Daniel! — I’m back at it again with the silly iMovie trailer.
If you recall, last week I posted a fake trailer for The Last Happy Hour, which was created using Apple’s iMovie app. Here’s another trailer I pieced together with iMovie, titled The MTA Sucks.
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As some of you know, I’ve been playing around a bit with iMovie, Apple’s consumer-level video-editing application. Man, let me tell y’all — iMovie is fantastic.
So fantastic, in fact, that I am very eager to share with you one of the very first projects I created with it. Behold! I present to you, above, the trailer for The Last Happy Hour — starring me, of course.
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