Apple refreshes iLife with new iPhoto and iMovie Video
Apple refreshes iLife with new iPhoto and iMovie Video Transcript
So, let's get started with iOS. This is the amazing apps that let you do great things with your movies, your music, and your photos and we've got brand new versions of iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand. All redesigned to take advantage of iOS 7 and we've got brand new versions for the Mac designed to harness the power of Mavericks. They're all 64-bit to get fast performance and of course they're integrated with iCloud. Now, we don't have time to go through all of the new features, but I wanna highlight just a few. Let's take a look at iPhoto. Browsing your photos has never been faster or smoother than now. Thanks to 64 bits. And if you've got iOS, iPhoto has got a brand new look. It's clean. It's beautiful. It's a great way to enjoy your favorite photos and albums. Now, photo books have been hugely popular, but they've only been available on the Mac. Well, now, we'll bring you to iPad. And with iPhoto, it lays out your book and with multitouch, you can easily move your photos around or change the pages to make them look exactly like you want. It then uploads it to Apple. We print it and we send you a beautiful coffee table book right to your home and all of these right on your iPad. So a great update to iPhoto for both Mac and iOS. Now we've got an amazing new version of iMovie with a ton of cool new features. We've completely redesigned it, make it cleaner, simplier for iOS 7 making it easy to browse and share your videos with your family and friends. You don't need to create a project. You don't need to edit. You can just select and tap share. But of course, iMovie lets you take your videos and create incredible movies. And we are bringing desktop class effects that let you speed up or change the speed of the video to picture and picture all on an iPhone or an iPad. On the Mac, we have a new design that makes it even better to browse your library and share your favorite moments and, of course, it's really easy to speed up or slow the video, which is great for the high-frame rate video that you capture on your iPhone 5S. We've got new cool feature called iMovie Theater. And this is like having a private screening room right in iMovie. It takes all of your movies, your trailers, and your shared clips and puts them in a single place for you to see. And because it's integrated with iCloud, when you created a movie on your iPhone, it's automatically available across all of your devices, and of course, even on Apple TV. Next, GarageBand. This is the most popular music creation app in the world and like iPhoto and iMovie, it's getting an all new look for iOS 7. We're going from 8 tracks to 18 tracks. And if you have a 64-bit device, you can now do up to 32 tracks of music. So, 32 tracks on an iPhone or iPad it's incredible. Your favorite album was probably created in 24 tracks. On the Mac, we've got a new look, new design and a new sound library that gives something for everyone whether you play the keyboard or need a killer guitar. So amazing new versions for iOS, new versions for the Mac, and best of all, we're making them all free with the purchase of any new Mac or iOS device. And these updates are available today.
From Apple's headquarters Cupertino, Calif., CNET's Molly Wood takes a First Look at iLife 08, the latest collection of "digital lifestyle" software with a new iPhoto and totally revamped iMovie.
From Apple's Cupertino, Calif.-based headquarters, CNET's Molly Wood takes a first look at iLife 08, the latest collection of "digital lifestyle" software with a new and improved iPhoto and totally revamped iMovie.
iPhoto '09 gets Faces and Places; iMovie '09 gives you advanced drag-and-drop editing; and GarageBand '09 brings you music lessons from the stars.
Apple's Philip Schiller shows off new apps designed specifically for the iPad. The apps revealed include a new Garage Band and iMovie.
iPad 2 Donald Bell gets his first hands-on time with the iPad 2, the second generation of Apple's tablet. The iPad 2 is thinner, lighter, and faster than its predecessor and is ready for some new apps including GarageBand and iMovie.
CNET's Josh Lowensohn walks you through some of the new features found in Apple's update to its iLife software suite.
Xander Soren, director of music marketing for Apple, shows off the GarageBand application designed for the iPad 2. The $4.99 app's features include touch-to-play instruments, guitar amps and effects, and eight-track recording and mixing.
This movie preview is one of the bonus features on an independent DVD created by me. It is the fourth DVD in a series of movies which record the hillarious antiks of Schmee & Boris and our mates. It contains funny moments, crazy stunts, blatant stupidity etc. and was filmed and edited by myself, with a little help from imovie and iDVD on Mac.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduces the iMovie application for the iPad 2 which brings the popular video editing program to the tablet. The price will be $4.99 when the iPad 2 ships on March 11, 2011.
At Macworld Expo 2009 in San Francisco, Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of marketing, and Randy Ubillos, chief architect of iMovie, demo updates for the application. One new feature enables users to drag and drop clips more easily and another helps correct jerky camera movements.