Apple has released an updated Support document that offers a treasure trove of information regarding i Movie ‘11 and how to use it to create awesome movies on your Mac.
The documentation is not new, however Apple has recently made changes to the tutorials included inside.
Other tutorials are offered for recording narration, swapping projects and event areas, finalizing projects, sorting events in the sidebar, and working with external hard drives.
Users transitioning projects from an older version of the application can learn how to properly import their movies into the new build.
Learn about updating projects and events from previous versions of i Movie via KB article HT6012.
Apple has released an update to its new i Movie software for OS X.
Though the minor update offers the usual bug fixes, there is one major improvement those with older Macs will be interested in: The latest i Movie can now be installed on computers with some older video cards.
Previously the latest i Movie required a Mac with an Open CL-capable video card installed, but with the 10.0.1 update, any Mac that can run OS X Mavericks can now install and run the app.
Besides support for older Macs, i Movie 10.0.1 also addresses reliability issues when updating projects and events from previous versions of i Movie.
Apple has released an update to its consumer-level video editing and management software i Movie for Mac, In the recent update, Apple has expanded compatibility with more Macs, allowing those with legacy machines to install and use the app with older video cards.
Previously, i Movie didn’t work on Macs that did not have an Open CL-capable graphics card, including some configurations of the Mid/Late 2007 Mac Book Pro, Mid 2007 and Early 2008 i Macs, and the Early 2008 Mac Pro.
In addition, the new software addresses a reliability issue that would cause issues when updating projects and events created in previous versions of i Movie.
If interest you can download the latest version of i Movie for Mac from App Store for .99 or existing i Movie users will find the update to the i OS application in the App Store under the Updates tab.