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How to Record a Movie Directly Into iMovie on Mac

Have you ever wanted to record a movie directly into iMovie on Mac? It’s easy to capture live video from a Mac built-in camera and have it instantly imported into iMovie, from there you can edit it with the iMovie tools, incorporate it into another video project, or export the recorded movie as a file … Read More

How to Crop Video on Mac with iMovie

If you have ever recorded a video or movie and found that some of the surrounding frame is unnecessary or irrelevant, you can use an editing function to crop down the video to focus on what should be the focus of the movie. This tutorial will show you how to quickly crop a video on … Read More

How to Place Text on Video with iMovie for iPhone

Many iOS users will want to know how they can place text, a phrase, or a word overlay atop of a video captured with their iPhone. This is a fairly common and basic video editing task that can be handled with the iMovie app on iPhone, though if you’ve never added text to a video … Read More

How to Add Text to Video with iMovie in Mac OS X

If you want to place some text onto a video, the iMovie app for Mac is a good place to start. This is good for putting a title onto a movie, placing some basic subtitles on a silent video, captions on a video, or at a specific point in a movie, adding a watermark to … Read More

iMovie For Mac Gains New Sorting Options, Font Adjustments And Minor Fixes

Apple released a new update for its iMovie for Mac video editing software today that adds a number of tweaks, bug fixes, and a small sampling of new features. iMovie version 10.0.3 is the third small update since the app… Read more ›

Delete GarageBand, iMovie, & iPhoto If Unused to Free Up Disk Space in OS X

Delete Garageband, iMovie, and iPhoto from Mac OS X

The wide variety of default iApps which come preinstalled on most Macs these days are all great applications, but if you don’t actually use them, they just take up disk space. Case in point are Garageband, iMovie, and iPhoto, three fantastic apps for making music, editing videos, and managing photos, but if you never use these apps then it may make sense to uninstall  [Read More…]

Delete GarageBand, iMovie, & iPhoto If Unused to Free Up Disk Space in OS X

Delete Garageband, iMovie, and iPhoto from Mac OS X

The wide variety of default iApps which come preinstalled on most Macs these days are all great applications, but if you don’t actually use them, they just take up disk space. Case in point are Garageband, iMovie, and iPhoto, three fantastic apps for making music, editing videos, and managing photos, but if you never use these apps then it may make sense to uninstall  [Read More…]

iMovie Gets Huge, Awesome Upgrades, But Leaves One Or Two Big Holes

  This is it — we’re entering a golden age of video. Thanks to processor and camera upgrades that allow phones and tablets to shoot high-quality video, edit them then turn around and very quickly share them with pretty much…

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Remove the Audio Track from a Video with iMovie

Remove Audio Track from Video

We’ve shown you a few ways to extract the audio from a video file, but what if you want to remove the audio track from a movie completely? Although it can’t be done right in the Finder like extracting, it is very easy to ditch the background audio do with the help of iMovie:

Open iMovie and pull down the File menu, selecting “Import” followed by “Movies” and  [Read More…]

Become A Video Editing Guru With These Tips, Tweaks, And Tricks For iMovie 11 [Feature]

Seriously, who brought the cute kids?

Home movies rock, right? What better way to entertain the family than with moving pictures starring the kids at the beach, weird Uncle William putting carrots up his nose, and the four hundredth video walkthrough of your favorite amusement park. In the past, viewers of these home movies had to sit through hours of badly shot footage and horribly raw video and film of all sorts of activities.  [Read More…]