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iMovie 10.0 now available, here’s a list of all the new features

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, PC / Laptop, Software

iMovie 10.0

Up next for today's Apple software updates coming out of the Apple iPad event is iMovie. iMovie sees a redesign, and also bring in a bunch of iCloud functionality, allowing you iMovie content to be found and played back on your iOS devices, and Apple TV. Here's the full list of what's new:

  • All-new, streamlined design
  • Share clips, movies, and trailers to iMovie Theater and watch them anywhere
  • Video browsing mode with quick clip sharing
  • Adjustments Bar for easy access to video and audio controls
  • 16 new title styles
  • 14 new trailer templates from iMovie for iOS
  • Eight new movie themes from iMovie for iOS
  • Use photos in trailers
  • Plus button for quickly adding clips to your movie
  • Trim video and audio clips directly in the timeline
  • Simplified drag and drop for picture-in-picture, side-by-side, green screen, and audio-only effects
  • One-click Enhance for video and audio
  • Adjust shadows, highlights, and color temperature
  • Match the color of two clips
  • Ken Burns Effect for panorama photos
  • Improved video stabilization
  • Enhanced green screen and blue screen effect
  • Volume-aware audio ducking
  • Speed change controls in the timeline
  • Add just a portion of a song from iTunes to your movie
  • Email video clips and projects
  • Sharing support for Youku and Tudou
  • Import, analyze, and share clips in the background
  • Native support for AVCHD video
  • 64-bit support

You can find the iMovie update in the Mac App Store for free if you're an existing user. If not, you can buy iMovie for $14.99.


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