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Facebook will make it even easier to tell your friends what you're watching or listening to

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Adobe Voice helps iPad users make video stories

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Ultrakam lets you record super-high-resolution 2K video with your iPhone

Veronica Mars movie now live on iTunes!

iMore's favorite movies, TV shows, music, and books of 2013

Netflix teases original movies, would debut on service, in theaters, same day. Swoon.

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Channel 4 updates 4od with downloadable content, but it's pretty disappointing

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Movie trailers on Instagram; awesome idea or unwelcome bloat in our feeds?

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Instagram video rumored to be content of Facebook's June 20 press event

Thor 2: The Dark World hits theaters this fall, but you can get lots of great Thor stuff from iTunes right now

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Apple again rumored to be building an Ultra HD 4K TV set for release late 2013 or early 2014

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ABC said to be working on an app that will let you stream live TV to your iPhone or iPad

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New Iron Man 3 trailer is high on tech, low on laughs

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Apple launches iTunes in the Cloud for movies in eleven European countries

Privacy and security in the age of iPhone mics and cameras

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IMDb Movies and TV app updated, now includes Amazon Instant Video integration

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FireCore releases updated Apple TV jailbreak tool and aTV Flash (black) software

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Official Star Trek Into Darkness app wants you to scan the sights and sounds of Trek

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New Apple TV revealed by the FCC is not smaller and only includes minor component changes

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Twitter announces Vine video sharing service

iTunes Genius Now Smart Enough for Movies and TV Shows

Looked at our iTunes and what did we see? Genius enabled for Movies and TV. For those playing along at home, Apple first pre-announced this feature before making iTunes 8.1 available for download, then removed it just moments before the download went live, then said it wasn't quite ready, and now has unleashed it on the world.

Sorta. Not all iTunes-purchased videos seem to generate Genius results yet, and some produce... non-intuitive recommendations to say the least. Those of you who have ripped your own, legally purchased DVDs to your collection under the principles of fair use might have a particularly hard time finding matches if you haven't undertaken the arduous task of entering all the meta data, and even then...

So, feel free to share your Genius Video results in the comments, the funnier, the better. Eagle Eye returning Coyote Ugly for you to?

Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, The TV Show, Vector, ZEN & TECH, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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Is it possible to load movies from a DVD into itunes and then sync to my phone the same as I do with music CDs? Sorry for the newbie question.

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@kurt, yes you can they just have to be ripped into a format the iPhone supports. Do a google search and you will find lots of converting software.

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