Sharing iPad iMovie Projects

Sharing (iPad) iMovie Projects

After creating an iMovie project on an ipad, one may wonder, now what?  There are various ways to move the project off of the iPad to share with others.  Here, we have explained three methods for doing this:






Sending iMovie Projects to YouTube

NOTE:  Success with this method will depend on bandwidth and video file size.  If unsuccessful, try another method.

  1. If you’re not in the PROJECTS view, tap the MY PROJECTS buttonin the upper-left corner above the viewer.
  2. Scroll to center the preferred project or trailer.
  3. Be sure to name the movie:

    • Tap on the PROJECT NAME.
    • Erase the name given and enter a new name and tap DONE.
  4. Tap the SHARE button and select YOUTUBE
  5. Type the YouTube USERNAME and PASSWORD, then tap SIGN IN.
  6. Enter a movie title into the TITLE field.
  7. To specify how your project is categorized on the YouTube website, tap CATEGORY, scroll the options, then tap the preferred category.
  8. Tap TAGS to add terms users can use to find your video on YouTube.  To enter more than one tag, tap RETURN after each one. If you previously shared the project to another website, any tags you specified appear in the TAGS field.
  9. In the SHARE PROJECT window, select the size you want to export.
    Medium produces a smaller file that uploads more quickly to the web. HD produces a larger file that is great for viewing on a Mac or on a high-definition television (HDTV).
  10. Tap to set a PRIVACY setting.
    Unlisted videos can be viewed only by people who have the link to the video. Private videos can be viewed only by you and a limited number of users you invite to view the video.
  11. Tap LOCATION to specify where you shot the project, if you want.
  12. Tap SHARE in the upper-right corner of the SHARE PROJECT window.

Changing Privacy Settings on YouTube:

  1. Log in to YOUTUBE
  2. Click your username in the top right corner and select VIDEO MANAGER
  3. Place a checkmark next to the video(s) for which you need to change the settings
  4. Click ACTIONS
  5. Click UNLISTED under PRIVACY

Sending iMovie Projects to a Mac Computer and Downloading via iTunes

  1. In iMovie on the iPad:  If you’re not in projects view, tap the MY PROJECTS button in the upper-left corner above the viewer.
  2. Scroll to center the preferred project or trailer.
  3. Be sure to name the movie:
    • Tap on the PROJECT NAME.
    • Erase the name given and enter a new name and tap DONE.
  4. Tap the SHARE buttonat the bottom of the screen, then tap ITUNES; Tap OK when iMovie indicates that the export is complete.
  5. On the computer, from APPLICATIONS, launch ITUNES.
  6. Select ITUNES > PREFERENCES.
  7. Click DEVICES.
  8. Place a check mark next to PREVENT IPODS, IPHONES, AND IPADS FROM SYNCING AUTOMATICALLY
  9. Connect your device to your computer.  After a moment, your device appears in iTunes, below DEVICES on the left.
  10. Select the device, then click APPS at the top of the iTunes window.
  11. Select IMOVIE in the Apps list below FILE SHARING (you may need to scroll down to see it).
  12. In the IMOVIE DOCUMENTS pane, select the file shared above in step 4, then click the SAVE TO button; Save the file to your computer in a place where you can find it easily.
    NOTE:  You can also save the file by dragging it to the desired location on your computer.
  13. DISCONNECT the device from your computer and click OK and QUIT iTunes.
  14. Complete any necessary editing in iMovie on the computer.
  15. After the video is complete, select SHARE > EXPORT MOVIE from within iMovie.  Select the save location and the preferred export size and click EXPORT.

Sending iMovie Projects to a Mac Computer Via the Camera Roll and the Image Capture Application




  1. In iMovie on the iPad:  If you’re not in PROJECTS view, tap the MY PROJECTS button in the upper-left corner above the viewer.
  2. Scroll to center the preferred project.
  3. Be sure to name the movie:
    • Tap on the PROJECT NAME.
    • Erase the name given and enter a new name and tap DONE.
  4. Tap the SHARE buttonat the bottom of the screen, then tap CAMERA ROLL.
  5. Select the size you want to export.
    Medium produces a smaller file that uploads more quickly to the web. HD produces a larger file that’s great for viewing on a Mac or on a high-definition television (HDTV).
  6. When the export is complete, the finished project is copied to the CAMERA ROLL. You can access the Camera Roll within the PHOTOS app on your iPad. The next time you connect your device to your computer, you can sync the project to a photo application, such as Image Capture, on your computer.

Using Image Capture

Image Capture can be accessed from the Applications folder and can be used to download pictures or videos from an iPad camera roll, iPhone, digital camera or card reader without going through the sync process. 
  1. On the mac computer:  From APPLICATIONS, launch ITUNES.
  2. Select ITUNES > PREFERENCES.
  3. Click DEVICES.
  4. Place a check mark next to PREVENT IPODS, IPHONES, AND IPADS FROM SYNCING AUTOMATICALLY. 
  5. Click OK and QUIT iTunes. 
  6. From APPLICATIONS, launch IMAGE CAPTURE and connect a device.
  7. Use the IMPORT TO drop-down menu to select the desired location to save videos.
  8. If applicable, check the DELETE AFTER IMPORT box on the lower left side to remove the photos/video from the device.
  9. Select the video(s) to import using one of the following:
    • Single click the preferred video.
    • Hold down COMMAND while clicking multiple videos.
    • To select multiple videos in order, click on the top video and then click the last video in the group while holding down SHIFT.
  10. Click the IMPORT button.
    NOTE: Do not use the IMPORT ALL button unless all the pictures/videos are to be imported.
  11. Select IMAGE CAPTURE > QUIT IMAGE CAPTURE.


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