Apple reveals more iPad apps, includes new iMovie Video
Apple reveals more iPad apps, includes new iMovie Video Transcript
GarageBand and iMovie, and they're being updated as well. GarageBand has a new version, it added some great new features, smart strings, joint smart guitars, smart keyboards and smart drums so you could have your own string orchestra accompanying your music. It has a note editor so after you've created your song, you can go back and change your performance. You can use iCall to make sure you have your songs that you've created on all your devices, and there's great new ways to share the songs you create with friends, but the best new feature is something we call Jam Session; so now, up to four IOS devices running GarageBand can all play together and at the same time create a new song over WiFi or Bluetooth, it's really cool. One of the best things about the new GarageBand is the instruments on the retina display look absolutely luscious. The GarageBand remains 499, and it's a free update to anyone who's already purchased it, and it's available today from the Apple Store as well. That's GarageBand, iMovie, also a new update with an amazing new feature. Now, not only can you create a movie, but you can also create a movie trailer as well. This is something we had brought to the Mac and customers have loved it because it is so fun to be scripted right through how to create an amazing, quick, and easy video piece. So, all you do in the iPad is you select from a bunch of different styles and templates, and you're presented with a simple interface for creating your movie trailer, there's never been video editing like this. You fill out your outline, for example, what your movie's studio name is going to be and who's the director, and then you tap on the storyboard and you have a visual storyboard of the piece you're creating where it tells you exactly what shots you need, like a closeup, an action shot, a group shot, but for the first time ever, you have a device where you can outline and storyboard your video, use the 10ADP camera to record the video, and then play it back on that high-resolution display, it is truly a transformative way to do video editing. iMovie, it's 499, it's a free update to anyone who already has it, and it's also available today in the Apple Store. The GarageBand and iMovie, two of the applications that make up iLife.
Apple's Eddy Cue shows off revamped versions of the company's iLife suite. iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand are all getting new looks, including new editing features for 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.
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.
At Macworld 2009 in San Francisco, Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of marketing, demonstrates the company's updated GarageBand software. Now designed to help Mac users learn to play a musical instrument, GarageBand will let users download lessons from artists such as John Fogerty and Sting for $4.99. As a part of the lesson, artists give a bit of songs' back stories.
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.
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 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.
Apple's Phil Schiller reveals the iPad Air with Retina Display. The new tablet is 7.5mm thick and weighs just 1 pound. It will be available November 1 starting at $499 for the 16GB model and $629 for the cellular version.
At Apple's headquarters, Apple's senior vice president of marketing, Philip Schiller, unveils new iPod Nano features, including a new multitouch icon screen, new sensors for runners, and the ability to wear the device as a watch. The Nano comes in 7 colors, in an 8GB version for $129 and a 16GB version for $149.
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