Students are often assigned video storytelling projects using iMovie or choose to use iMovie for multimedia projects because it is familiar to them. It has a somewhat lower bar in terms of ease of use over Premiere – however iMovie projects are also far more challenging to move from one computer to another. This becomes a significant hurdle for students who do not have their own Mac laptop with iMovie installed. In these cases – as well as for back up purposes – it is essential to understand how you can “bundle” your project so that it can be moved to different storage locations.
I’ve created the screencast below to walk you through this process. It was created on 10/18/17 for iMovie version 10.1.7. Closed captions are available for your convenience.