Introduction to iMovie for OS X Mavericks


Join us as we explore the newest edition of Apple’s basic video editing software and some new directions Apple has taken and explains how iMovie can fit into a Final Cut Pro X workflow.

As the basis for Final Cut Pro X, iMovie, Apple’s personal video editing application has proven to show some invaluable insight into Apple’s Software direction for video editing. In October 2013, Apple launched a completely rewritten version of iMovie for OS X Mavericks. OS X is the operating system that powers every Mac. Built on a UNIX foundation, it’s engineered to take full advantage of what the hardware is capable of and it’s designed to deliver the most intuitive and integrated computer experience to date so you can become a master editor right in your own home or office.

  • How trailer and theme templates help you get your productions up and running very quickly.
  • How to instantly enhance the color, contrast or audio of any clip.
  • How to share a clip, a trailer or a whole production with the world by publishing it to popular online video services such as YouTube and Vimeo.
  • How sharing to iMovie Theater makes your stories available on all your devices – even your Apple TV.
  • How to transfer your iMovie projects to iPhones and iPads, including which features aren’t available on iMovie for iOS 7.
  • How to send your iMovie projects to Final Cut Pro X for more advanced workflows.
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