As it turns out, iMovie for iPhone 4 isn’t limited to only editing 720p HD video from the new handset, although it does have a few limitations. Meanwhile, some enterprising hackers have already got mobile iMovie running on an iPhone 3GS.
After being introduced during his keynote address at WWDC 2010 earlier this month, Apple CEO Steve Jobs quipped that iMovie for iPhone will be available alongside the iPhone 4 “if we approve it.” And approve it they did -- iMovie is ready to rock your new iPhone 4.
When we first heard about iMovie for the iPhone we knew it was going to be something good. As a matter of fact, it's so good, it needs the A4 chip just to run the app. Meaning, 3G and 3GS users will probably be left out in the dust on this one.
iMovie’s a fantastic editing program that does a good job of organizing your footage. It’ll let you save your media and iMovie Events on external drives if you like, but what if you run out of space and need to move your clips to an even bigger drive? Apple’s engineers did think of this eventuality and provided an easy solution for it, but it only works well if you create one Project per Event and don’t use clips from multiple Events in a single Project. Otherwise, you may encounter problems--and fixing them can be trickier than you might think.
We’ll walk you through the easier, built-in way to move your iMovie files around; then we’ll guide you through the process of fixing your Projects and Events (if needed) once they’ve reached their new home. This should also help you understand why some of your clips may have become unlinked--rendering them invisible to iMovie even though you haven’t deleted them--and then fix that problem too.
My young son loves to talk with my mother over iChat, but we're about
to move to another time zone that will make scheduling their virtual
face time a lot tougher. Can we use our iMac's iSight to record video
messages and send them back and forth instead?
With the next iPhone hardware confirmed from various sources to have video capture capabilities, it's now possible that the next-gen hardware will have its own iMovie like software, enabling video editing in the palm of your hand.
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