iMovie

Download iMovie for PC

By Apple

  • Category: Video
  • Release Date: 2011-01-05
  • Current Version: 10.1.12
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 2.07 GB
  • Developer: Apple
Score: 3
3
From 12,369 Ratings

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iMovie for PC Description

With a streamlined design and intuitive editing features, iMovie lets you create Hollywood-style trailers and beautiful movies like never before. Browse your video library, share favorite moments, and create beautiful movies that you can edit at resolutions up to 4K. You can even start editing movies on an iPhone or iPad, and finish them on a Mac. Browse and share video • See all your video clips and photos organized in one place • Quickly share a clip or a portion of a clip • Background import lets you begin watching and sharing video instantly Make Hollywood-style trailers • Choose from 29 trailer templates with stunning graphics and original scores by some of the world’s top film composers • Customize movie studio logos, cast names, and credits • Select the best videos and photos for your trailer with the help of animated drop zones Create beautiful 4K and HD movies • Edit movies at up to 4K resolution with video from iPhone 6s or later, GoPro, and other Ultra HD cameras on compatible Macs (1) • Support for 1080p HD video at 60 frames per second for smoother, more life-like action shots • Import movies and trailers created using iMovie on iPhone or iPad to finish them on your Mac • Enhance your movie by adding titles, transitions, and 3D globes and travel maps • Speed up and slow down the action with fast-forward and slow-motion effects • Create sophisticated picture-in-picture, side-by-side, and green screen effects • Create a soundtrack using built-in music and sound effects, songs from your iTunes library, songs you’ve recorded in GarageBand, and your own narration Fine-tune every clip • Instantly improve the look and sound of your video using one-click Enhance • Give your video a boost with easy-to-use color controls • Stabilize shaky video for a smoother picture that’s easier to watch • Automatically zoom in on faces and glide across panorama photos with the Ken Burns Effect • Choose from 48 fun video and audio effects • Send your project to Final Cut Pro and take advantage of advanced editing tools, professional effects, third-party plug-ins, and more Share with friends and family • Email videos with Mail Drop when signed in to iCloud • Share directly to YouTube and Vimeo at up to 4K resolution • Share any video frame as an image Create App Previews for the App Store • Import iPhone and iPad screen recording videos captured with QuickTime Player • Highlight features with 11 animated titles designed to showcase apps in action • Export finished videos using the App Preview share option (1) 4K export requires a Mac from 2011 or later with at least 4 GB RAM. Full-resolution 4K playback is supported on iMac with Retina display and Mac Pro (2013 or later) when connected to a 4K display.

Reviews

  • Amazing and powerful

    5
    By TwoCreeks
    I've used this since it first came out on Macs. So yes I like it, it's free, probably has empowered more people to use video than anything else. I also have Filmic Pro and Pinnacle Studio on phone but iMovie is the fall back plan A and B app. One thing I do is live event filming/posting on phone and using mobile app Splice to immediately edit, title, add background music, then post. Recently I was filming a workshop and for some reason the audio of the speaker's talk was unusable it was so low. But I was able to import the clip to Mac and with iMovie there, was able to PRECISELY UP the audio in that one clip segment to usability. Saved my day! Very powerful app.
  • Expected more from Apple

    1
    By Notanimoviefan
    I have use iMovie in the past and it was easy to use and I liked the result. However, the latest versions has a nasty issue while trying to “Share” aka export a movie. Recently my wife asked to help create some videos that she needed to submit for a job application. After filming tne cocntent and uploading to my Mac I spent quite a bit of time editing the footage into a final product. This is the point where everything went South. I was unable to export all of my hard work into a file that my wife could submit to her (hopefully) future employer. I kept getting a “compression” error. I search on the web and their were several messages of people getting the same error. I tried all of the possible solutions with no luck. I finally gave up after wasting a considerable amount of time I had to download a different video editing application from the App Store and I had to redo all of the editing. I was able to generate the file needed and hopefully my wife gets the job. No thanks to Apple iMovie.
  • ?????

    1
    By cmant346
    Doesn't do anything!!!!!! what are you people doing??????
  • App Always Crashes

    1
    By imovie coderz are bad
    I have not been able to make a single video without the app crashing on me. A free iPhone app is working better for video editing than this dumb application. At this point, I am unable to even open iMovie to click anything before it crashes.
  • crashes

    1
    By Puli916
    Has crashed for 6 months now.
  • The UI is confusing

    2
    By mario.guzman
    The UI has no hierarchical design. I'm not sure what goes with that because of the flat design. There are also so many UI elements that aren't aligned properly and resizing the window is so incredibly slow and choppy.
  • Great!

    4
    By Mckays a boss
    Imovie is awesome! It is helpful and easy to use, the reason I gave it 4 stars is because evrytime I left it open for hours or overnight my computer would freeze up.
  • Excellent and very powerful for a free app

    5
    By Moving to a different app
    Really great software. For a free app, it is amazing. Keep up the good work
  • Can’t use Still pictures anymore.

    1
    By Geekster2
    iMovie used to be great, but now when I drop pictures from my Photo albums into an iMovie project, they’re all black and won’t play. Lots of people on the internet have been complaining for YEARS about this, but Apple hasn’t fixed it. There’s lots of ideas running around the internet how to fix them, but the only fix that works for me is to screen capture EACH picture while displayed on the computer. Then you can drop it into iMovie. What a PAIN! I think I’m done using iMovie.
  • I don't give bad ratings, I needed to

    1
    By Yoshi88888888
    I read that it can delete your videos somehow, and that can be bad for people Sorry for giving a bad rating though

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