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iMovie

By Apple

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Description

With a beautiful, streamlined design, iMovie puts the focus on your video and lets you tell stories like never before. Browse your video library, share favorite moments, and create beautiful HD movies and Hollywood-style trailers. And with iCloud, you can enjoy them in iMovie Theater on all your devices.

Quickly browse and share video
• Enjoy your video library in Video browsing mode
• Easily share a clip or a portion of a clip
• Background import and native AVCHD support let you begin watching and sharing your video instantly

Make Hollywood-style trailers
• Choose from 29 trailer templates with stunning graphics and original scores by some of the world's top film composers
• Customize movie studio logos, cast names, and credits in the Outline
• Select the best videos and photos for your trailer with the help of animated drop zones in the Storyboard

Create beautiful HD movies
• Choose from 15 unique themes with matching titles and transitions
• Enhance your movie by customizing titles, transitions, and 3D globes and travel maps
• Speed up and slow down the action with fast-forward and slow-motion effects
• Drag one clip above another to create sophisticated picture-in-picture, side-by-side, and green screen effects
• Use color-coded audio waveforms to find the right volume, fade audio in and out, and create advanced audio edits
• Create a soundtrack using built-in music and sound effects, songs from your iTunes library, songs you’ve recorded in GarageBand, and even your own narration

Fine-tune every clip
• Instantly improve the look and sound of your video using one-click Enhance
• Give your video a boost with easy-to-use color controls
• Stabilize shaky video for a smoother picture that’s easier to watch
• Automatically zoom in on faces and glide across panorama photos with the Ken Burns Effect
• Choose from 38 fun video and audio effects

Watch anywhere with iMovie Theater
• Fill iMovie Theater with beautiful posters as you share clips, movies, and trailers
• Click any poster to watch full screen
• Access iMovie Theater on all your devices with iCloud
• Enjoy on your HDTV with iMovie Theater on Apple TV

Share with friends and family
• Email video clips and projects
• Publish directly to YouTube and Vimeo
• Share on Facebook
• Upload newsworthy video to CNN iReport
• Post to Youku and Tudou

What's New in Version 10.0.3

• Option to sort events in the sidebar by date
• Change the font, size, and color of new titles introduced in iMovie version 10
• Double-click a transition in the timeline to adjust its duration
• Crop and rotate clips in events
• Add speed effects using the Adjustments Bar
• Option to smoothly transition in and out of speed effects
• Fixes issues that could cause iMovie to quit unexpectedly
• Resolves issues that could cause sharing to fail
• Improves reliability of search when using partial or multiple search terms
• General usability improvements on computers using certain languages

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Customer Reviews

Getting There

With the recent update of iMovie 10.0.3 I have to say that I’m less than satisfied. iMovie got me started in making movies in college and has helped me make me PLENTY of videos to use in my Youth Ministry. I’ve heard all of the negative comments about and how everyone is “quick to jump from this platform to something more professional” but I’ve been on the opposite end of the spectrum. iMovie 9 was able to do almost everything that I needed and the learning curve was fairly easy, but now with iMovie 10… I find this not to be the case. Unfortunately iMovie has sacrificed fundamental editing tools for the sake of interface and in the attempt to make a more “user friendly for both the iPhone and desktop.” The newest update has made things a little easier and i think it is a step in the right direction back to the accessories of the iMovie 9 days, but iMovie still lacks the brilliant Inspector tools in order to make adjustments. Audio is substancially harder to manipulate, slow and fast motion is more difficult to use, and exporting to quicktime and being able to change the bit rate and HD quality of my videos are no longer there. I’m still satisfied with iMovie, but I think i’ll be sticking with iMovie 9 until 10 starts aiming higher than it is, even if that means having a slower operating system. Hope this helps guys.

Old School iMovie was more intuitive

Every since Apple tried to emulate Final Cut Pro with iMovie, it’s been a disaster. Perhaps not for Apple, but there’s a learning curve for the user. I can recall television advertisement with the first iterations of iMovie and it was a dream. The clips where placed in a grid-style box on the left and the timeline was positioned below. Simply drag the desire clip to the timeline and edit there or one could edit the clip while remaining in the grid-style storage box. At that time, many third part companies were creating custom themes, transitions, etc. So, the user still had some flexibility.

This current version simply ( or not so simply ) makes production more difficult and it truly reminds me of Final Cut Pro. Guess Apple has no intention of returning to software of the past. Well, that may be the case, but why not develop something that is timely, but more user friendly.

Yes, this is merely an opinion, but I just do not like this format. Are there any others?

Also, did anyone have trouble with the download from the App store? In the discussion forums, I read a thread (including me) who received the message that there was an update for iMovie twice. However, it was the same version. Initially, I couldn’t get it to run, so I used CleanMyMac 2 to uninstall just the application. Then the App store permitted me to reinstall iMovie. Anyone experience this issue?

Horrible

Horrible application. I have iMovie on a G4 from 1999 that still works, it is easy to use. I just bought a MacBook Pro (first mac in 15 years), opened iMovie… failure.

All I want to do is remove the audio from a clip, add background music, save and export. Which should be easy, I have a degree in Digital Media, concentration in Computer Animation.

I have been at it for 3 hours. I’ve searched everyhwhere for help and it does not look like my version matches anything out there. For example, basically to add background music it tells you to drag audio from your iTunes or Garage band library, which does not appear on my view. Can’t figure out how to get those to display so I imported an Audio file, dropped it in. It goes in after the clip I want it to play in. Can’t drag it to the ‘background music’ layer under the clip… it simply is not there.

Hard to navigate and nothing appears to where it is supposed to be according to the help topics. Application is a disaster.

iMovie
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  • $14.99
  • Category: Video
  • Updated: Apr 10, 2014
  • Version: 10.0.3
  • Size: 1.97 GB
  • Languages: English, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian
  • Seller: Apple Inc.

Compatibility: OS X 10.9.2 or later

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