The holidays are upon us, which means that many of us will be shooting our relatives and friends (with a camera, people, with a camera). Professor Breen shows you how to turn that footage into a respectable iMovie 10 video.
iMovie for iOS gets an overhaul for Apple’s new mobile OS, featuring new options for controlling audio and video.
Professor Breen returns with the second part of his iMovie 10 tutorial to explain how to bring media into iMovie 10.
The first update to the new iMovie for Mavericks adds support for some older video cards, and also addresses reliability with upgrading projects and events from previous versions.
Mac 101 returns to discuss the workings of iMovie 10. In this lesson Professor Breen walks you through iMovie's interface.
This week on the Macworld Podcast, host Philip Michaels is joined by Editorial Director Jason Snell to discuss Jason's reviews of the iPad mini and iPad Air.
Apple has ushered in refreshes for iMovie, iPhoto, and GarageBand. Let's learn about what's new for both the iOS and OS X versions from the editors testing these apps.
The new version of iMovie is a great tool for families, kids, and budding filmmakers, though it's still missing a few features we'd like to see. Intermediate-to-advanced filmmakers looking to max out iMovie might be better off upgrading to Final Cut Pro X, however.
By and large, I quite like iMovie's new look and feel -- but in Apple's revamp of the application, it's lost one of its more-favored features: importing projects between iOS and the Mac. In addition, older Macs may not be able to run the new version of iMovie at all, due to outdated video cards.