iMovie ’11 has excellent and easy-to-use audio tools, making it simple to drop in music and sound effects to give your a professional sound quality. Videographer Heath McKnight walks you through how to use them.
This week’s roundup of iOS apps is all about the multimedia entertainment: We’ve got video, we’ve got music, we’ve got games, and we’ve got the brain of Albert Einstein. Really.
Google now includes movie trailers from YouTube in its search results when information is requested about a movie. Expect Bing to follow soon.
Next to Apple's iMovie '11, Premiere Elements 11 is about the same, a little bit more, a little prettier, and easier to use.
On Thursday, Roku made several announcements regarding its streaming video players. The company updated its iOS and Android apps with new music and photo features, finally slapped a price and (rough) ship date on its upcoming Streaming Stick product, and added a Vudu channel to its growing lineup.
Advocacy groups plan to file a complaint against AT&T, alleging violating the U.S. FCC's net neutrality rules.
Google's released a brand new YouTube app for iPhone, so Lex Friedman and Dan Moren walk you through what the software brings.
Apple's removed the built-in YouTube app from iOS 6, so Google has released a standalone YouTube app for the iPhone and iPod touch just ahead of the OS update's likely release.
Hulu has redesigned its streaming video site to simplify content discovery and make it more appealing.
A reader rips out his hair while attempting to create a workflow for ripping video from a DVD of his concert performance and posting the resulting clips to Facebook. Chris Breen saves his follicles from further stress.