Bigasoft iMovie Converter for Mac review

Bigasoft iMovie Converter gives you the tools to make all of your digital video files compatible with iMovie by changing them into an MP4 format. With this tool, you can convert from tons of different formats and enjoy all of your videos on your Mac in no time.


Nice interface: This app features an accessible and streamlined interface, with clear controls for adding videos, editing them if necessary, and then initiating the conversion. Files being converted are listed in a large box in the middle of the window along with their status. That means users of all experience levels … Read more

Create your movie masterpiece with ease

iMovie 11 is the latest incarnation of Apple's popular video authoring tool. With it, you can import video clips from external devices or from anywhere else, arrange them on a timeline, shuffle them around, and preview the results; when you're happy you can create a final video file suitable for burning to DVD or uploading to share with others.

iMovie 11 has a clean interface. You drag files (video, audio, image) to a project area, and from the file area you drag what you want onto the timeline in the bottom pane, arranging the files in the order … Read more

Fun movies are easy with the iMovie App

iMovie for iOS just got better with the release of the iPad 2 with some new features exclusive to the device, but iPhone 4 users should definitely download it as well. iMovie was already available for the iPhone 4 for some time, but this latest release adds plenty of new bells and whistles to keep the app interesting.

iMovie for iOS lets you create great-looking HD movies with themes, all just using your iPhone 4, latest generation iPod Touch, or iPad 2--older devices are unfortunately out of luck. You can start your project by either shooting fresh footage (using either … Read more

Apple iLife '11

The bottom line: iLife '11 is a welcome and long-overdue update to Apple's suite of digital media applications. This year's version adds a handful of advanced features to iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand without making them more difficult to use. It's a shame iDVD and iWeb did not receive updates with this year's version, but with a slightly lower price for upgraders than in years past, iLife '11 still represents a good value to consumers looking for a set of tools for editing and sharing media. At $49, and close to two years since the last major … Read more

Is HD video in iPhone 4 a Flip Video killer?

For the last few years Flip Video has sold millions of its pocket camcorders, but it's days of dominating the market may be numbered as Apple has introduced HD video capture to the iPhone 4, essentially turning every new iPhone into a Flip camcorder.

Here at CNET we've been waiting for this day to arrive and only thought it would be a matter of time before Apple brought HD video to the iPhone after it added standard-definition video capture to the iPhone 3GS last year. Like the Flip Video Mino HD and Ultra HD, the iPhone will capture … Read more

Quick Fix: iPhoto movies not showing in iMovie Event Browser

You may encounter a problem where iMovie will not display movies in the iMovie "Event Library" browser if they were were imported with iPhoto. While movies created in other applications or that you otherwise have on disk may work, those that you have stored and managed in iPhoto will not show even when you click the "iPhoto Videos" section in the iMovie Event Library.… Read more

Apple updates Aperture and iMovie

Aperture has seen a few recent updates, and Apple is steadily addressing fixes with the latest major release (version 3.0) with the 3.0.2 update that fixes numerous issues including problems with importing and upgrading libraries from iPhoto and previous versions of Aperture. In addition, a small patch to iMovie '09 (version 8.0.6) has been released to address problems when working with videos from Aperture.… Read more

Apple KB Updates: iPhoto Warnings, Keyboard viewers showing, more...

Apple has updated and released a few knowledgebase articles, covering issues with iPhoto videos not working in iMovie, the keyboard and character pallets displaying when the system prompts for authentication, image resolution requirements for iPhoto books, and troubleshooting tips for wireless keyboards and mice.… Read more

Rotate vertical videos using iMovie '09 or Quicktime Pro 7

Learn a quick and simple way to rotate videos you have taken vertically using Apple's iMovie '09 or Quicktime Pro 7. Users should be aware that Quicktime Pro 7 is a $29.99 upgrade to Apple's Quicktime Player software that enables you to convert your videos to different formats, export versions of your video for sharing, and edit your masterpiece. iMovie '09 is a more robust video editing package that comes standard with any new Mac.… Read more