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Well, I want to upload some videos to YouTube, and do some editing the same time, how can I make it easily? sorry, Im a novice for Mac, any advice is appreciated....

asked Sep 15 '10 at 05:54

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edited Sep 17 '10 at 04:04

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Hmm, just found the answer via Google, share here.

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answered Sep 15 '10 at 05:55

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edited Sep 15 '10 at 05:56

well, thanks. I'll have a try.

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I import my movie into iMovie - edit - then either use the inbuilt "share on YouTube" feature, or just export the movie then use YouTube to upload. It's pretty straight forward once you get the hang of it.

answered Sep 15 '10 at 06:16

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Youtube has a basic editor on the site you can use when you upload videos :), but if you want to edit them with more features use : imovie, Sony Vegas or some of the Adobe Products like Premire or After Effects.

answered Sep 15 '10 at 07:05

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iMove is all you really need. There are other options, but iMovie's included with your Mac out of the box and does everything most folks need to do unless they're videographers.

answered Sep 17 '10 at 03:54

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iMovie comes with all Macs, and for a "free" application, it is pretty powerful. Import your footage, and edit to your desire. Then when you're done editing, save your project, then export the video. Then when you will be able to upload it to YouTube.

answered Oct 07 '10 at 17:21

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