iMovie

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The icon of iMovie '08 - '11.
iMovie 3 - 5
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iMovie HD 6
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iMovie '11 in action
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iMovie 10 used to make an hour loop video

iMovie is a program for Macintosh that a few users use to make YouTube Poops. It's the Mac equivalent of WMM except with less crashes (in iMovie HD).

iMovie was first introduced in 1999 by Apple Computer as the first consumer video editor for Macintosh computers, revolutionizing home video editing. During most of the 2000s, it was included as part of the iLife software suite (also including iPhoto, GarageBand and iDVD), and is also included with all new Macs made since 2001.

iMovie versions after iMovie HD 6 have a different problems (such as, if left open too long, the audio will go mute or skip while skimming though clips. At this point iMovie must be closed and re-opened). It lacks support for WMVs so you have to find a converter. iMovie '08 is generally considered one of the worst editing programs available, while its successors (iMovie '09, iMovie '11 and iMovie 10.0) are much more advanced and have more features then iMovie '08 and WMM (although it still doesn't support plug-ins).


Versions

iMovie HD 6

Includes:

  • Reverse Tool
  • (limited) Speed tool
  • Various export options
  • A Picture in Picture Tool
  • Easy Clip Splicing (drag and drop)
  • Zoom/Cropping Tool
  • Particle-based visual effects (lens flare, fog, rain, etc.)
  • More than one iMovie project open at once
  • Built in Sound Effects
  • Integration with GarageBand music editor
  • Rubberband Audio Editing
  • Audio and Pitch Adjust (limited)
  • Highly Adjustable Text Settings
  • .png Support (limited)
  • Support for third-party plug-ins

Does NOT Include:

  • Built-in Picture-in-Picture or Chroma Key
  • More than one video track
  • Support for Most Video Formats

Supported Video Formats:

  • .mov
  • .mp4 (most of them)
  • .m4v

iMovie11 - iMovie 10.0

Includes:

  • Reverse Tool
  • (limited) Speed tool
  • 2 video layers
  • Unlimited Audio Layers
  • A Picture in Picture Tool
  • Blue/Green Screen (lets you do mirror effect!)
  • Easy Clip Splicing (drag and drop)
  • Zoom/Cropping Tool
  • Trailer Creator
  • Saves Sources Onto Software
  • Built in Sound Effects
  • Rubberband Audio Editing ('11 and later)
  • Audio and Pitch Adjust (limited)
  • Highly Adjustable Text Settings
  • .png Support (limited)
  • Direct YouTube upload
  • Export to Final Cut Pro

Does NOT Include:

  • Advanced Chroma Key
  • Fancy particle effects
  • Support for Most Video Formats

Supported Video Formats:

  • .mov
  • .mp4 (most of them)
  • .m4v

Conclusion

Although iMovie is cheap and affordable it is recommended that more advanced Mac poopers use Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere.

Users of iMovie