If you're an iMovie fan, you'll be pleased to know that a new update will soon be rolling out to the masses. As highlighted by Phil Schiller on stage, iMovie now has support for the New iPad and 1080p recording, along with outlining and storyboarding options from within the app.
Overall, this is a nice update and we'll certainly be checking out the new additions - especially when we get our hands on the new iPad. Maybe another shootout will need to take place.
iMovie will be available starting today for $4.99 and as a free update for existing owners.
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Sounds like a nice update.
Meh. Still can't edit soundtracks on it like I can on Avid, so it's not an exciting update for me. The trailer was cute, but that's all it was. They really went in the wrong direction on this. They apparently think only soccer moms use this app.
FYI: it also supports the original iPad as well. Downloading it right now, but not sure about performance yet. Not that I regularly use iMovie in my professional setup, but it's still good to note.
Okay, so it installed and runs, but the trailers feature has been stripped and it's slightly buggy (trying to make a photo slideshow renders image low-resolution for some reason).
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