iMovie Articles

iMovie is a proprietary video editing software application sold by Apple Inc. for the Mac and iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch). It was originally released in 1999 as a Mac OS 8 application bundled with the first FireWire-enabled consumer Mac model – the iMac DV. Since version 3, iMovie has been an OS X-only application included with the iLife suite of Macintosh applications.
iMovie imports video footage to the Mac using either the FireWire interface on most MiniDV format digital vid...

Screenflow 2.0 Improves Video Editing Features for Screencasting

Grant Crowell's podcast interview with Telestream's VP of Marketing Barbara Dehart on the new release of Screenflow 2.0 – the screen capturing software used for creating, editing and publishing as video file – on how the new version's enhancements will provide users with even better “business-quality video” than before.

Apple's New Final Cut Studio - Quick Overview

After some time and impatient waiting on behalf of many Mac-based video editing professionals, the newest version of Final Cut Studio was realsead out in the wild last week. The studio packages up six great applications (Final Cut Pro 7, Soundtrack Pro 3, Color 1.5, ...

Turning Video Value Into Real Wealth - Interview With Shelly Palmer

I recently interviewed Shelly Palmer of Advanced Media Ventures and host of MediaBytes last week after his Digital Media Boot Camp at the recent ad tech conference in San Francisco. I asked Shelly about the challenges for monetizing video content into a sustainable business model, ...

iPhone 3Gs Mobile Video Capabilities - Recording, Editing, Publishing and Streaming?

In the past, we covered mobile video apps for the iPhone 3G and we've talked about the iPhone's built-in support for HD video.  For those of you that are unaware, Apple is working on new software for the iPhone (version 3.0) which is expected to ...

Final Cut Express 4.0 Does Not Support True HD

Below is a great post that I found which walks through Final Cut Express 4.0 and the fact that in reality, the software does not support true HD, rather it supports a maximum of 1440×1080. The new AVCHD support in Apple's Final Cut Express (FCE) ...

Software To Edit High-Definition AVCHD Videos

Software To Edit High Definition AVCHD Videos

If you are like any other consumer out there who has recently purchased an HD, high-definition camcorder, most of you may have encountered some difficulty downloading and editing your HD video files. Most of the latest camcorders, especially those that record to either SD, SDHC, ...

Basics Lesson - How To Add Text Overlays

You did all the work, developed, scripted, shot and edited your movie. You uploaded it to the video site of choice only to find someone else pulled it and put it somewhere else without giving you credit for all your hard work. Well, there is ...

Uploading Mobile Videos To Sharing Sites - Tutorial

Introduction: Upload Your Camera Phone Movies to a Video-Sharing Site Step 1: Setup Your Camera for Video Sharing Step 2: Share Your Videos via E-mail Step 3: Share Movies by Uploading them from Your Computer Step 4: Share Movies by Uploading Them from Your Phone's ...

Five Key Turning Points In Web Video Marketing

Not too long ago, only companies with money to burn could afford to record and host web marketing videos. They were usually produced by Media companies or Advertising Agencies and because of the high cost, consisted mainly of branding or corporate promotion messages. As you ...

Apple IMovie '08 Youtube Feature Sucks for Video SEO

I'm one of those rare Windows Vista lovers, so this kind of puts a smile on my face; but at the same time, it is still a step ahead of MovieMaker, which doesn't even work on my Vista installation ;-). So, there has been a ...

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