Articles tagged with: iMovie
Having iMovie on your iPad is great and all, but isn’t it super frustrating when it only allows you to use video that you shot on the iPad? That takes a little of the convenience out of on-the-go editing. However,now you can get the free stock footage clips from VideoBlocks.com.
If you’ve never heard about VideoBlocks, you won’t know they’re offering 7 days of complimentary downloads – and there’s some really decent ones. They are a website offering royalty-free (meaning you don’t have to keep paying to use their footage) stock …
Apple has made it really easy to edit home movies on your Mac thanks to the constantly refined iMovie app. But with the release of the iOS 7, Apple went one step further and introduced the iMovie went free – at least for anyone buying a new iOS device, anyway. That’s particularly important because it opens up a whole new audience, those who might not have been willing to drop $4.99 on a video editor for their iPad or iPhone.
iMovie is a great product for casual and more serious video …
There had been one or two rumors floating about that Apple’s iWork Suite, along with iLife, would be going free. Leaks of app information pages seemed to corroborate this notion, and now good news that Apple on Tuesday announced any new iPhone, iPad or 5th gen iPod Touch will come with free copies of iWork, iPhoto & iMovie.
iMovie and iPhoto normally cost $4.99 (£2.99) individually in the App Store. Pages, Numbers and Keynote are usually priced at $9.99 (£6.99). Collectively that’s a $39.95 (£26.95) saving.
It’s a significant saving for consumers, …
Vacation photos and travel videos are a fun way to share a quick take with friends and family—even while you’re still on the road this summer. With iMovie for iOS on your iPad, you can quickly and easily cut your casual videos, spruce them up with themes, mix video with still photos, and add effects, music, and cool-looking titles. Here are a few simple steps that will creating better slideshow on your iPad.
Select photos in iPhoto and share in iMovie
Once your pictures are in good shape in iPhoto, choose up …
Reader Ivan swears that the following issue:
All I want to do is take homemade video of my concert performance from a DVD, get it into iPad iMovie, edit clips, and post the clips on Facebook. How do I do that? Thanks.
Well, the first step is to extract video from your DVD. The tool to use is the DVD to iPad Converter. You can select the desired product and these 3rd-party tools were designed to extract and convert video from DVDs to iPad compatible format, which can be imported to iMovie …
I have shot a video clip with my iPad 2’s camera upside down. The clip is on its side and looks really crappy. How to change video in 90 degres. Is there a way to rotate a video with iMovie on the iPad? But I can’t find this setting within iMovie for iOS or normal video player.
Yeah, we all would like to shoot videos with our iPad 2, we may get frustrated by the fact that unlike the camera on the iPhone or iPod touch, the controls insist on being …
Apple’s iMovie for iPad has some serious competition now, with video editing heavyweight Avid releasing Avid Studio for iPad. The new app allows iPad users to easily edit video, audio and photos using 3D animations, transitions, titles and soundtracks. Its interface will be familiar to anybody who uses Avid’s desktop video-editing suite, or even products like iMovie or Final Cut Pro X.
Users arrange their clips in the Storyboard view and can then move over to the Timeline view for making precision edits and adding professional transitions effects and a soundtrack. …
User Nixie sent us a question:
I just bought the awesome iMovie for my iPad 2. Now I want to be able to import videos that I captured on my iPhone 4 into iMovie on the iPad and edit them there. How can I do this? Love, thank you.
Well, if you’re anything like him that you’ve got iMovie on your iPad and you’re keen to start editing your iPhone videos on it, you may be thinking about which are the best ways to get videos shot on your …
Is it possible to start a project in iMovie on my mac, save and transfer it to my iPad2, do some more work on the go, then transfer it back? There’s an open from iTunes option in the iOS vesion of iMovie, but there doesn’t seem to be a way to save an unfinished project to iTunes. Any ideas?
Some readers ever sent us the question, now, good news, Apple finally fixed this glaring problem with an update to iMovie ’11, in version 9.0.4.
Notice how they downplay the importance by stating …
If you have an iPad 2 and you got the iMovie app in the App Store, then you might have already tried to create some great movies with it. Once you were done creating them you probably wondered how to export these iMovie from the iPad 2 to your Mac or PC, well here’s what you can do.
What you actually want to do is an export. And when you export your iMovie it will actually save it in on the iPad in your “Camera Roll” of …