Apple has quietly updated iMovie for iOS so that it will run on the original iPad. iMovie for iOS now is supported on these devices: iPhone 4 iPhone 4S iPod touch (4th generation iPad 2 Wi-Fi iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G iPad (3rd generation) and iPad Wi-Fi + 4G. Previously, Apple only supported iMove on [...]
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Apple today released a major update to iMovie and also introduced iPhoto for iPad: iMovie now allows you to turn the HD video on your iPad and iPhone into trailers, even as you’re recording. The new Theater view lets you preview and choose from nine templates in a range of genres including Fairy Tale, Superhero [...]
Steve Jobs’s run at Apple has been exceptional. As CEO, he took an also-ran tech company and turned it into the most valuable company in the world, introducing a lot of cool technology, along the way.
But, while the world of technology struggles to figure out what Jobs’ announcement means for the future of Apple, it’s clear that Jobs’ achievements at Apple are more than the Mac, the iMac, the iPhone or the iPad.
Cinegenix has released FiLMiC Pro (App Store link), a dedicated video camera app that lets you shoot better video on your iPhone by ’asserting as much manual control over camera functions as possible.’ It offers three focus/exposure systems: Double Reticle Mode: two separate adjustable reticles for spot sampling focus and exposure. Single Reticle Mode: a center fixed [...]
Vimeo has made an interesting move – releasing a free iPhone app, designed to let you upload and manage your videos, right from your phone. And they’ve got big plans for mobile video apps – including a version for the iPad and Android devices. Here are the details.
Apple today announced the iPad 2 and iMovie, a $500 mobile HD video studio combination. iPad 2 features a new design that is 33 percent thinner and up to 15 percent lighter than the original iPad, offers Apple’s dual-core A5 processor and includes two cameras, a front-facing VGA camera for FaceTime and Photo Booth, and [...]
Splice is an alternative video editor for the iPhone 4 that comes in a free, ad-supported version and a $1.99 ad-free version. Splice lets you create and edit videos from start to finish via your iPhone or iPod Touch. Features Include: Simple, easy-to-use ‘drop-and-drag’ features for assembling video clips and photos Splice Store with hundreds [...]
This video tutorial, via MacMost, takes a look at making a music video in iMovie 2011 using Beat Markers. Beat Markers allow you to set points in an audio track and then drop in video with cuts that match the beats. After timing out the beats in a soundtrack, all you need to do is [...]
Vericorder has updated its $9.99 prosumer iPhone video editor, 1stVideo (App Store link). New In 1stVideo: Import, Edit and Render video at up to 1280×720 on iPhone 3GS/4 and iPod touch 3g/4g with iOS 4.1 Import videos in .MOV and .MP4 format using Sharing function Import videos and pictures from Photo Library and audio from [...]
Apple of My Eye is a short film, directed by Michael Koerbel, that was shot entirely on an iPhone 4 and edited with the iMovie App in 48 hours. Included with the embed is some “making of” footage that includes an explanation of the model train cam and editing the film on the iPhone. While [...]