Apple has launched an iMovie Gallery that users of its entry level, video editing software post their iMovies online for the world to see.
There’s an online form to complete and submit a desktop movie for the Gallery. Besides personal info, you’ll also need to describe your movie in 30 words or less and tell about your iMovie making experience. The form doesn’t say so, but we assume that Apple doesn’t guarantee that everyone’s film will appear on the iMovie Gallery.
There’s also a link on the Gallery site to a page that informs you on “how to show your iMovies to audiences everywhere.” The page has instructions on exporting your desktop movies, creating DVDs, transferring your movies to videotape, and “releasing” your movies on the Internet with a free Apple iTools account.
iMovie 2 is included on every new iMac DV, iBook, PowerBook, Power Mac G4 and Power Mac G4 Cube. Or you can download it from the Apple Store for US$49.