I'm beginning to get my video workflow in order… at least for OGTV, on the Original Green website. Here's what it's looking like: A. I'll be shooting on my iPhone from now on (at least most of the time) because the quality of the iPhone 4 back camera is so good, and because I always have it on me. Here's where I go from there: B. Import the movies to iPhoto 11 because that's the easiest way of getting them off my phone, deleting them once they're downloaded so they don't clog the phone (they can be massive.) C. I can see all my iPhoto videos from inside iMovie 11's Event Library, so getting them into iMovie is no problem. D. Create a new project in iMovie's Project Library window by clicking the plus in the lower right corner. This will open the project's window in the upper left, where the Project Library window was a moment ago. E. Drag the clips you'll be using into the window. Normally, I have just one clip as I try really hard to say everything I want to say in one take. F. Click on the T in the middle right of the window to bring up the Title Browser. G. Drag the Centered title (upper left) into the project's window, to the beginning of the project. Drag another Centered title to the end of the project. H. Each time you drag a title, it'll ask you for a Background. I'm starting to use Gradient, but use whatever makes the most sense with your videos. I. Double-click each title in turn, then double-clicking the text to select it. Then, change the font, color, and special features to what you're looking for. I use Futura Extra Bold, no outline, with the Original Green color. J. Change your titles. I use the title of the clip at the beginning, with the name of the participants (normally just me, sometimes Wanda as well) at the beginning, then www.originalgreen.org at the end. K. Click on the Transitions tab, just right of the T (Titles) tab in the central right of the iMovie window. This will bring up all available transitions. I use Cross Dissolve. L. Drag a transition between the titles and each end of the clip(s.) M. Because the final credit is only the website (which is quicker to read than the opening title) I select the last second of the final credits and delete it, leaving 2.5 seconds of final credits and the default 3.5 seconds of opening titles. They each come in at 4 seconds to begin with, but once you insert the transitions, it clips a half-second off each end. That's it for now… more as I figure out more of this stuff.