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With a streamlined design and intuitive editing features, iMovie lets you enjoy your videos and 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 on all your devices in iMovie Theater.
Browse and share video
• See all your video organized in one place
• Quickly share a clip or a portion of a clip
• Background import lets you begin watching and sharing 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
• Select the best videos and photos for your trailer with the help of animated drop zones
Create beautiful HD movies
• Choose from 15 unique themes with matching titles and transitions
• Enhance your movie by adding 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
• Create a soundtrack using built-in music and sound effects, songs from your iTunes library, songs you’ve recorded in GarageBand, and 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 posters as you share clips, movies, and trailers
• Access iMovie Theater on all your devices with iCloud
• Enjoy iMovie Theater on your HDTV with Apple TV
Share with friends and family
• Email HD video with Mail Drop when signed in to iCloud
• Publish to YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, and CNN iReport
• Export files using Custom H.264, ProRes, and Audio Only settings
• Share any video frame as an image
iOS Developers: Create app previews for the App Store
• Import iPhone and iPad screen recording videos captured with QuickTime Player
• Highlight features with 11 animated titles designed to showcase apps in action
• Export finished videos using the App Preview share option
What's New in Version 10.0.8
• Resolves an issue that could cause iMovie to quit on launch
• Updates compatibility with sharing to YouTube
Introduced in Version 10.0.7
• Adds support for Force Touch trackpad
• Browse Moments, Collections, Favorites and Albums from the Photos app to add content to your projects
• Play/Pause, Prev/Next and Full Screen buttons are always displayed below the Viewer for easier navigation
• Record Voiceover button available below the Viewer for easier access to controls when adding narration
• Adds support for the Sony XAVC-S format
• Addresses stability and compatibility issues
Requires OS X 10.10.2 or later
iMovie seems to like making hard drive full
Copies the original, copies the output, copies all the media, then won’t ever let it go. Maybe it’s all part of a scheme to move us to the cloud, but the decision to do simple edits in iMovie (5x 3 minute webcam captured instructional videos) has resulted in 53Gb of drive space. That and finishing them in PP took half the time.
Add to that, you must update the app, no longer a choice to ignore it, because you have never used it. And yes, that was a subtle note to Pages, Safari, Garage Band, Notes, Keynote, and all the other programs that emulate, but never integrate with the outside world where so much already exists
We’re back to the whole Apple ecosystem, do it our way with our (copies of existing) tools, and ask no questions. Ah how we have come full circle from the Big Brother commercial that stated it all.
You should start to play nicer with the other children
Whenever I see these review sections, it strikes me that almost every rating is 5 or 1 stars.
iMovie is weighed down because of countless issues with crashes. I’ve experienced some too, but within weeks Apple released a patch which allowed me to get back to editing. The 5 star reviews are from people who get to experience the product how it was meant to be experienced, and it’s great.
While there is a bit of a learning curve after you expand from just drag and drop movie-making to the more advanced techniques included, I was able to get ahold of almost all the features iMovie ’14 has to offer*. After that, it’s great.
Whether you make movies a lot of just occassionally, iMovie is great. It’s a intuitive (One of Apple’s favorite words) app with great features, and it’s easy to get to know. It’s no Final Cut Pro, but it’s more than enough to keep you making new material for days.
Get it. :D
*I still have no idea how to use the precision editor
Just does not work.
I’m shocked that Apple would produce something of such poor quality. I simply cannot get this new version of iMovie to run. I’ve tried everything including purging my library and all prefrences and plists. Reinstalling does not help either. I’ve tried support and online forums and there is absolutly no solution. I have never had any Apple app that simply could not work. This is a serious step backwards for Apple.
- Category: Video
- Updated: Apr 23, 2015
- Version: 10.0.8
- Size: 2.00 GB
- Languages: English, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Seller: Apple Canada, Inc.
- © 1999-2001, 2003-2015 Apple Inc. All rights reserved.
Compatibility: OS X 10.10.2 or later