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i Movie is a video editing software application sold by Apple Inc.
for the Mac and i OS (i Phone, i Pad, i Pad Mini and i Pod Touch).
It was originally released in 1999 as a Mac OS 8 application bundled with the first Fire Wire-enabled consumer Mac model – the i Mac DV.
Since 2003, i Movie is included free with all new Mac computers.
i Movie imports video footage to the Mac using either the Fire Wire interface on most Mini DV format digital video cameras or the computer's USB port.
It can also import video and photo files from a hard drive.
From there, the user can edit the photos and video clips and add titles, themes, music, and effects, including basic color correction and video enhancement tools and transitions such as fades and slides.
Starting with version 5 (from 2005), i Movie processes high-definition video from HDV camcorders, in later versions also from AVCHD camcorders and H.264-compressed video from MPEG-4 or Quick Time Movie files (.mov)., e.g.
To facilitate this, i Movie/i Life installs the Apple Intermediate Codec on the system as a Quick Time component.i Movie transcodes (‘optimizes’) HD video upon ingestion (‘import’) using this codec and stores it in the Quick Time file format (.movie).You Tube uploader upgraded to API 3.0 to retain ability to upload directly from i Movie after April 20.Older versions of i Movie can no longer upload to You Tube directly due to API 2.0 being killed off 3 days prior.Can now use Sony XAVC-S format.• Fixes an issue which could add a red tint to video imported from some camcorders • Addresses an issue which prevented some videos shot on i Phone from appearing in the import window • Improves performance and stability i Movie HD included support for HDV (720p and 1080i) and integration with the rest of the i Life suite, with toolbox buttons allowing the importing of images from i Photo, music from i Tunes and the setting of chapter markers ready for exporting to i DVD.