How To Shoot and Edit iPhone 4 Videos with iMovie

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davepattz

Thanks for including the section on filming horizontally. Even though it's easier for someone to hold their phone vertically but the results from filming horizontally just looks so much better!

Check the link to view a documentary filmed on an iphone 4 and it's all filmed horizontally!

iphonecinematographer.com/news/films/12-cairns-filmed-on-an-iphone-4

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amanda110

Wonderful! Easy way to edit videos ?
Before i use Aimersoft Video Studio Express, it is good for new learners on editing videos on iPhone, iPod, iPad. At present, my friend tell me that he get this software with Chirstmas Discount.

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amanda110

Wonderful! Easy way to edit videos ?
Before i use Aimersoft Video Studio Express, it is good for new learners on editing videos on iPhone, iPod, iPad. At present, my friend tell me that he get this software with Chirstmas Discount.

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kylerwalker

and android can,t do this

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LE Studios

If you haven't got it yet then get it now Android can't do this!

http://tiny.cc/imovieapp

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lukelucas

actually, you can upload your HD exported videos directly from your iPhone 4. check out a brilliant little app called Pixelpipe. you'll have to sign up for an account (relatively easy), but once you do, you can hook it into a plethora of different video services, including Vimeo, YouTube, and Flickr, aaaaaand it will upload via 3G or WiFi (though there is a setting you can turn on to warn you if you're uploading via 3G).

one caveat: there is a 200MB cap on file size, so your 5 minute long masterpiece will likely not go.

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