Edit videos with iMovie on iPhone 4 Video
Josh reviews iMovie for the iPhone and YouTube's new video editor. They actually work! Also, your questions answered, like, How does my WiFi-only iPad know where I am? And, How can I rescue music tracks I only have on my iPhone? Plus one question we couldn't answer: What's the best way to ditch cable and get current shows over the Web -- without a PC?
We'll showcase Reel Director on the iPhone platform and why it's better than iMovie for iPhone 4.
Airwaves is a short animation by Guy David. This is an abstract animation created between April and October, 2005. I started working on this in late April, setting the scene in the Bryce software. Rendering the scene took from mid-May to mid-October and editing was done using iMovie in mid-October. Software used in the creation of this short animation: Bryce, iMovie.
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.
In order to edit your home movie, you first have to get video off your camcorder and onto your computer. Molly Wood makes it look easy.
This week on the CNET Tech Review, movie-making apps for your iPhone; Hulu's movie-watching app for your iPhone; and how to connect your laptop to a TV, with or without an iPhone.
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.
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.
The PlayStation Network opens video downloads for the PSP in Japan, WiMax is up in Las Vegas, and iPhone users might want to be careful what they say over AIM.
We love having guests on the show, but it's always good to get back to our bread and butter: making fun of silly tech news! Today we cover several stories that've slipped through the cracks, including the new Alice in Wonderland movie, a new autotune iPhone application in the works, a new Queen of text messaging, and a huge calls from the public.