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If you take a look at iMovie or, better still, the App Store on your Apple Mac, you will see there that the app for video editing can be updated. After installing the update, iMovie 10.2.4 will be available to you. In addition to all previous functions, this version offers you the ability to import projects that were created on the iPhone under iMovie 2.3 or later. There are also 16 new backgrounds with customizable colors. These are sometimes monochrome, sometimes structured. Last but not least, stability improvements are also included in the current update of iMovie for macOS. MacOS 10.15.6 or newer is required.
iMovie is software provided by Apple free of charge that can be used to cut, edit, add text and effects and otherwise edit videos under macOS and now also under iOS and iPadOS. The app has been around since 1997, which made it a selling point for the iMac, which was released in 1998. Over time, more and more options for video editing were added, so that today it is also possible to create films and trailers. Video stabilization helps to make shaky recordings more attractive. And even (simple) green screen effects can be used.
You can get even more information and impressions from working with iMovie at apple.com/uk/imovie/. There you will find details about the versions for macOS, iOS and iPadOS, corresponding screenshots and various types of assistance. If you are looking for an introduction to the program or if you want to develop your previous skills, the guide "Everyone can be creative - video", which you can download from the linked page, may help you. You will also find the download of the apps and a link to the info page for clips on the page. The Apple Clips app is particularly worthwhile for those who make videos for social media.
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