WWDC 2010: iMovie for iPhone

Randy Ubillos came to the stage to talk us through iMovie. This isn’t an app I was expecting at all but as someone who uses video a lot, I am looking forward to giving this a try.

iMovie will retail at $4.99.

In the edit window there is a timeline, which is on the bottom of the screen. Your footage is along the top and there are buttons on the corners.

You can add photos, transitions and titles. It can record geolocation, and there are themes.

You can record directly into timeline and the pinch action changes scale for timeline, similar to iMovie on the desktop.

There are also several choices for exporting the video.

I am excited by this; I didn’t see it coming and I think it may mean I use the iPhone more than the Flip for video recording.

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Chatty Canadian in the UK. Dancing queen in my head. Digital Communications Lecturer. Mac computer fan. Mac makeup fan. iOS developer. Popcorn eater. Was producer & host of quirky app review show Apps & Hats.