Apple iMovie gets new storyboards, magic movie features to make making videos on iPhones faster


Apple has unveiled a new version of iMovie with features that make it easier than ever to create beautifully edited videos on the iPhone and iPad. Storyboards help aspiring content creators and movie makers edit and hone their video storytelling skills with pre-made templates for popular types of videos to be shared with social, coworkers or classmates – videos like DIY, Cooking tutorials, product reviews, science experiments, and more.

Storyboards make it easy to get started with flexible shot lists and step-by-step guidance on which clips to capture for each video type, the company claims. For those who want to create videos even faster, Magic Movie instantly creates a polished video from clips and photos that the user chooses, automatically adding transitions, effects, and music to edit. Both new features include a range of styles, including titles, filters, transitions, color palettes and music, to help personalize the final look and feel of a video, all designed to work together. has gone.

“iMovie has empowered millions of people around the world to create and share their stories through video,” said Bob Borchers, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “This latest version of iMovie, featuring storyboards and Magic Movie, makes video creation even simpler, and we think it will continue to inspire the next wave of video makers to dive in and get started.”

Storyboards give users a head start in the video creation process, helping beginners to edit and hone their storytelling skills. Instead of starting with a blank timeline, creators can choose from 20 different storyboards featuring a variety of popular video types, including cooking tutorials, Q&A, product reviews, news reports, and more.

To create a Magic Movie, the user selects an album, or any group of photographs or images from their library, and Magic Movie immediately identifies and projects the best parts of the footage. Creators can easily put their own spin on Magic Movie by rearranging or deleting clips in the Simple Magic Movie shot list, or further editing the project.

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