iPhone and iPad users are invited to learn “Moving-Making for Beginners with Apple’s Clips App” in a three-session class starting Monday, November 19, 1-3 pm in the Video Lab. The Video Club’s Mac guru, Stephanie Brasher (left), a Mac Learning Center Supervisor, is repeating this class by popular demand. With your iPhone or iPad, you can stitch together photos and videos, add music and animated titles in Clips, and even give your videos and photos a “comic book” effect, she explains.
Click here for flier. No pre-registration required. $15 for members; $30 for non-members (includes 2018 and 2019 club membership).
“Clips is fun, it’s easy, and it can be learned in a few hours,” says Stephanie. “Think of it as a way to send video greeting cards. Send someone a personalized birthday message, tell them you’re thinking of them, show off your adorable pet, or announce the birth of a new grandchild.” Clips movies can be created and shared in 1080 high definition format.
Much different from Apple’s traditional iMovie video editing program, Clips is not designed for making award-winning feature-length movies. It produces video in a square format much like Snapchat, Instagram, and Facebook Stories. Introduced in 2016, Apple’s Clips app is designed to create expressive videos easily. Clips can be downloaded on devices running iOS 10.3 or later. (iPhones 5S or newer, iPad mini 2 or later). PLEASE DOWNLOAD APP BEFORE ATTENDING CLASS.
NOTE: Stephanie will also offer a new, FREE, one-session class, “Holiday Video Card-Making Workshop,” for any iPhone or iPad user who knows Clips on Monday, December 10, from 1-3 pm in the Video Lab.
Click here to download the revised Fall-Winter 2018-2019 Class Schedule