Apple has announced a new version of iMovie with two big features that will be released in April.
Adobe Premiere Pro is a fantastic video editor for Mac, but there are some amazing alternatives out there if it's not quite right for you.
Apple has rolled out a new version of iMovie that brings with it support for editing Cinematic video shot on iPhone 13, and performance improvements for Apple's new MacBook Pro models.
Apple has updated its iMovie and Clips apps with support for the iPhone 13's new Cinematic mode ProRes video codec.
Apple has released some notable updates to its video editing apps on the Mac including iMovie, Final Cut Pro, and more.
Apple has also updated Garageband for iOS with faster ways of starting an audio recording and a new keyboard sound pack.
The new updates to Apple's own Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and iMovie apps bring mouse and trackpad support to iPadOS.
iMovie can’t access Clips’s many awesome soundtracks — but that doesn’t mean you can’t score your project with them.
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