iMovie is usually Apple’s flagship program to create and edit movies on your Mac . User friendly, iMovie makes it easy to turn your home videos in to polished films.
Extremely easy to use
iMovie works by importing your movie and then allowing you to cut and paste bits of it together , much as you would with a word processing application. Adding soundtracks is really a breeze thanks to integration with iTunes, while images can be just as very easily imported from iPhoto and the Pictures app (it is even feasible to apply an automatic Ken Burns effect to panoramic shots). There is also a Voiceover button below the viewer to allow you to easily add narration.
If you just want to cut something pertaining to YouTube, an built-in uploader makes sure your own creations go online instantly, although I sometimes find this fails to upload properly or doesn’t tag the video correctly. You can also email your masterpieces, or share via. Youku and Tudou, in app.
Easy to add a touch of class
There are tons associated with trailers and templates for you to select from that make your movie look much more polished than would ordinarily end up being possible. By the time you’ve finished, your raw film should look amazing . There is actually green screen and blue display support if you want to start playing with special effects.
iMovie can be fussy with formats – it works best with DV format films and wanting to import other formats may not work (though Sony’s XAVC-S and AVCHD are explicitly supported).
Not for Pros yet great for the home user
Advanced video editors will find that iMovie lacks specialist editing functions but for most people, iMovie turns you into a pro with minimum effort.
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