Category: iMovie for iPhone

How to Safely Clean iMovie Files from iPhone or iPad

Are old iMovie projects taking up too much storage on your iPhone or iPad? Learn how to safely remove them and be able to edit them later.

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How to dispute a copyright claim on YouTube

Late in October, I received an email from YouTube saying that a video I’d uploaded years ago was being hidden due to a copyright dispute with a rights-holder. That video was the first I’d created using iMovie for iOS, which used the theme “Modern.” That theme had the Phoenix song “1901” for a while. Did ...

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Open iMovie iOS Projects in iMovie on the Mac

At last, it’s possible to take a movie you’ve edited in iMovie on an iPad or iPhone and bring it to iMovie on the Mac and pick up where you left off. Serenity Caldwell at iMore explains how to do it. This is a capability iMovie had quite a while ago that disappeared with iMovie ...

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Bentley Ad Shot on iPhone 5s, Assembled on iPad

Bentley’s new luxury car includes iPads built into the back seating area (which use Bluetooth keyboards and rise automatically—perfect for the executive blogger who’s stuck in traffic while being chauffeured). To keep with the spirit, the company shot the commercial below using iPhone 5s and assembled the footage using those built-in iPads. A quick behind-the-scenes ...

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Leaves at 120fps

Inspired by Duncan’s and Sam’s posts tonight, here’s my entrant into the new genre called “slow-motion autumn leaves shot with an iPhone 5s”: my daughter and the twins who live next door playing in our leaves. I captured the video, scored the music (using loops in GarageBand), and edited the video (in iMovie) entirely on ...

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iMovie ’11 Update Imports iMovie for iOS Projects

[This article originally published at TidBITS.] When iMovie for iOS 1.2 was announced earlier this year, I was told by an Apple representative that iMovie ’11 would be able to import movies created in iMovie for iOS, the app that runs on the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. However, that information turned out to be ...

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Import Flip Video into iMovie for iOS

When I was reviewing iMovie 1.2 for iOS, I was surprised to discover that I could import video directly from my Flip MinoHD camcorder. During the tech edit, Macworld editor James Galbraith had a few questions (for him, he needed to plug his Flip into a powered hub for it to be recognized by the ...

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My Review of iMovie for iOS 1.2 at Macworld

A stomach bug kept me from completing this a day earlier, but now my review of iMovie for iOS 1.2, the latest version that works on the iPad 2, iPhone 4, and fourth-generation iPod touch, is now online: Review: iMovie for iOS 1.2. I found some holes and limitations, but overall it’s a great, friendly ...

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Macworld’s iMovie for iOS Hands-On

The app doesn’t come out until Friday, but Jason Snell was able to spend some time with the new iMovie as part of his iPad 2 review and reports on his experience: Hands on with iMovie for iPad One surprise: He was able to get iMovie to run on an original iPad, even though Apple ...

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iMovie 1.1 for iPhone/iPod touch App Tips

I’ve been enjoying iMovie for iPhone/iPod touch. It’s a nice implementation of video editing on the small screen. Macworld has just published an article I wrote that includes a bunch of iMovie tips: iMovie is fairly easy to use, but it also carries expectations based on what iMovie for Mac (or really any video editor) ...