iMovie Import/Export
1.1 Filters to iMovie
1.2 YouTube to iMovie
1.3 Export iMovie
1.4 iMovie to iDVD
1.5 iMovie to iTunes
1.6 iMovie to DVD
1.7 iMovie to iCloud
1.8 Save iMovie Project

How to Add Filters to iMovie on Mac

iMovie can be a good editing tool to help you edit video and adjust output effects on Mac. iMovie Filters enables you to add various effects to your video when process video editing. All kinds of iMovie filters are provided to adjust the coloring and add special effects to the video clips. However, compared with other key features on iMovie, you may even not notice the iMovie filters. This guide will discuss iMovie filters and show you how to add filters to iMovie on Mac.

Add Filters to iMovie

How to add iMovie filters to video on Mac

iMovie filters can be used to customize the video effects and set the mood of the movie. But how to use iMovie filters? How to add filters to iMovie on Mac? You can check the following steps to apply video effects to clip.

Add iMovie filters to a clip

Step 1Launch iMovie on Mac and drag your video clip to the project's timeline. You can tap a video clip in the timeline to reveal the inspector at the bottom of the screen.

Step 2Tap the "Filter" button to open various filters for iMovie.

Step 3Select your preferred iMoive filter and preview it in the viewer.

Step 4Save the iMovie effects and tap outside the filters to dismiss them.

Add iMovie Filters to Video

Add iMovie filters to a project (entire video)

Step 1Launch iMovie on your Mac and open the project you want to add iMovie filters.

Step 2Click on the "Project Settings" button and choose a filter.

Step 4Confirm your operation to add iMovie filter to a project.

You should know that, when you add an iMovie filter to a project, all clips in the project will be added to the effects by default. You can select and edit individual clips from the timeline.

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3 great iMovie filters you can use

iMovie filters can be applied to create a suitable environment for your video. You can choose from a variety of filters in iMovie to make your video look more cinematic or like old classic film. Here we introduce you with three great iMovie filters to add unique effects to video.

Old film

iMovie Filters Aged Film

If you want to make your movie scenes look like they were recorded very long time ago, you can use the "Aged film" option. Or you can choose the "Film Grain" to make your video display older than they really are.

Black and White

iMovie Filters Black and White

Just like old film filter in iMovie, "Black and White" is another popular effect for you to make your video more classic. When you import this filter to iMovie, the movie scenes will appear black and white.

Movie Trailer

iMovie Filters Movie Trailer

When you want to prepare ground for the main movie, Movie Trailer is a good choice to do that. It is mainly used to create some anticipation of the actual movie. This filter for iMovie enables you to collect selection of an appropriate clip and right music together to show the basic contents of your video, but not revealing a lot of details.

We mainly talk about iMovie filters in this article. We show you how to add filters to iMovie on Mac. In addition, we show you three filters for iMovie to make your video distinctive.

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May 02, 2018 14:08 / Updated by to iMovie, Video Editing