The selected image(s) will be imported to the destination you selected in iMovie. To add the image to another project, double-click a project under the Projects tab, then click My Media in the upper-left, and drag the new image down to your project's timeline.
The selected video(s) will be imported to the destination you selected in iMovie. To add the video to another project, double-click a project under the Projects tab, then click My Media in the upper-left, and drag the new video down to your project's timeline.
Notching a joist over a beam. This joist was 1/4" higher than all the others. You can notch out a section of the joist or add shims to a narrow joist to even out the top of the deck frame.
The single rim joist spans nearly 6 ft. between posts, far greater than allowed for the deck load. The DCA-6 beamspan table allows a maximum 6-ft. 2-in. span for a double 2×8 southern-yellowpine beam that carries a joist span of 12 ft.
Adding still photos inside your movie is a great way to show off your artistic prowess in Apple iMovie. You can even add motion effects to those pictures in what is known as the Ken Burns effect (named for the famed documentary filmmaker).
I made a tutorial video about inserting pictures into videos by using iMovie. Since some of my friends asked me how I edit my videos, I decided to share some techniques.
In order to do this, you will need to install new beams and footings to support the addition. Some deck builders choose to sister the new joists back over the existing beam and install a new beam in front of the existing deck. The sistered joists are nailed into the sides of the existing joists and extend past the beam at least 6".
I'd like suggestions as to how to attach the rim? joists to the ends of the deck joists. The original plan was to use joist hangars, but this seems to be a lousy choice since I am going to attach the railing posts to the rim? joist and want the connection to be strong. ... so doesn't add any strenth/stiffness to the deck. Steve Tags: None ...
As we see with this thread, the builder did it wrong and now he wants to mickey mouse it. How many joists did the builder save by doing 19.2" O.C.? We don't know the width of the deck but I bet it's not more than 12' (8 joists for 19.2", 9 joists for 16" O.C.) if he cheaped out on 1 joist then I am sure he screwed the pooch on the flashing.
Adding on existing deck. by Jim (Mechanicsburg, PA) I have a 12 x 10 deck. the deck comes off the house 12' and is 10' wide. I would like to add on the deck and make it 18' off house x 16' wide. My question is about seams joining the new section of deck to old section.
Installing the joists is a highly satisfying part of deck building, because after they’re installed within the deck frame, you can actually begin to visualize your deck in reality. Here are some tips and tricks for installing the deck joists. Note: The author is an experienced, although not professional, builder.
Adding a Deck Joist - green composite decking. It will be in the same direction as the joists so I just need to sister some additional pieces to the end of the joists ... adding onto your existing deck. ...
Add photos and videos from the Photos app to your iMovie project on an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or a Mac. Add images and videos from Photos to your iMovie project on a Mac With your project open in iMovie, just drag images and videos from your Photos Library right into the timeline.
Adding additional media footage to your movie project couldn't be any easier, especially when it comes to photos. You can add additional photos to your movie project from your iPhone's built-in storage, from your iCloud Photo Library, or from iCloud Drive, and you can always take new photos on the spot if need be.
iMovie makes it easy to add photos to a project, it even adds a Ken Burns effect that slowly pans and zooms through an image. In this tutorial you’ll discover how to add a photo, then edit or remove the Ken Burns effect if necessary… 1. Choose an import location. Ensuring that your project is open, scrub along the timeline using your finger to where you wish to place the photo.