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  • iMovie Comes to 4th Generation iPod Touch


    Apple today updated its mobile version of iMovie to include compatibility with the latest 4th generation iPod Touch. Now that the iPod Touch has the same dual cameras found in the iPhone 4, it makes sense for Apple to upgrade iMovie. The latest iPod Touch includes many of iPhone 4ís key features, such as the faster A4 processor, retina display, and both front and rear facing cameras. The newest iPod Touch finally has enough horsepower to handle everything iMovie has to offer.

    Everyone who uses iMovie will welcome the new features found in this version. These new features include:
    • The ability to split video clips into multiple segments.
    • Music will now automatically loop if the video clip is longer than the music track.
    • The Video Browser now includes a scrub to preview feature.
    • A new in-app Tips page that will help you learn and use new key features.
    • An updated Photo Browser that puts your latest pictures at the top.
    • A new Mute badge that letís you know when a movie clip has its audio disabled.
    • And the usual stability and performance improvements.



    iMovie was first demonstrated during Appleís WWDC and initially was only available for the iPhone 4. With this update more budding moviemakers will be able to edit and make movies on the go. I canít wait for my next vacation so that I can edit my home movies on the flight back home.

    Source: 9to5Mac
    This article was originally published in forum thread: iMovie Comes to 4th Generation iPod Touch started by Wiley John Wright View original post
    Comments 31 Comments
    1. Carter454's Avatar
      Carter454 -
      Add Me, Awesome1
    1. jiggyjae's Avatar
      jiggyjae -
      That iMovie app is a bunch of crap anyway. I wasted 5 dollars on it when I could make better videos on my laptop. You'd think it would do something special
    1. MindGem's Avatar
      MindGem -
      iMovie with 0.7 camera? Apple couldn't fail more.


      Sent from my iPod touch using ModMyi
    1. zoso10's Avatar
      zoso10 -
      Yeah I don't understand needing iMovie on an iPod/iPhone?
      If I feel the urge to make one I'm gonna use my Mac, but it's cool anyway.
    1. Cav3O's Avatar
      Cav3O -
      JBers can't update.... guess I'll have to wait
    1. MindGem's Avatar
      MindGem -
      If you can direct upload to YouTube it's pretty useful, if not; it sucks.


      Sent from my iPod touch using ModMyi
    1. sziklassy's Avatar
      sziklassy -
      Quote Originally Posted by moon#pie View Post
      Funny thing is, the new ipod touch has 256mb ram. Same as the ipad. only thing is that this won't run on the ipad.
      They also have the same A4 processor.
      lol @apple
      Well, the fact that the ipad doesn't have a camera sort of makes the argument that it doesn't need imovie a valid one. One can argue that video could be transferred to the iPad and then edited there, but the person arguing that point would be a huge idiot.

      Quote Originally Posted by jiggyjae View Post
      That iMovie app is a bunch of crap anyway. I wasted 5 dollars on it when I could make better videos on my laptop. You'd think it would do something special
      While I agree it was a bit lackluster, why would it do MORE than what your laptop can do in terms of producing a movie? Anyone that thinks it is going to be a full-fledged version of imovie, only on your phone and for a mere five bucks is dreaming. It does need a handful of additional options, but I would never expect it to be much more than a watered down version of its big brother.

      Quote Originally Posted by mallenass View Post
      what ever happened to the infamous "death grip" did it get fixed, or did it just blow over???
      how come i dont hear ANYTHING 'bout it no more??
      It was "fixed" with the free bumper you could apply for along with giving early adopters the option to simply return the phone without a restocking fee. Apple did what they were legally obligated to do in order to avoid a class action lawsuit, and not a whole lot more. Since complaining is a moot point, I think it has basically just died down. -- oh and this is horribly off topic
    1. moon#pie's Avatar
      moon#pie -
      Quote Originally Posted by sziklassy View Post
      Well, the fact that the ipad doesn't have a camera sort of makes the argument that it doesn't need imovie a valid one. One can argue that video could be transferred to the iPad and then edited there, but the person arguing that point would be a huge idiot.



      While I agree it was a bit lackluster, why would it do MORE than what your laptop can do in terms of producing a movie? Anyone that thinks it is going to be a full-fledged version of imovie, only on your phone and for a mere five bucks is dreaming. It does need a handful of additional options, but I would never expect it to be much more than a watered down version of its big brother.



      It was "fixed" with the free bumper you could apply for along with giving early adopters the option to simply return the phone without a restocking fee. Apple did what they were legally obligated to do in order to avoid a class action lawsuit, and not a whole lot more. Since complaining is a moot point, I think it has basically just died down. -- oh and this is horribly off topic
      The huge idiot would be the one arguing against it. What if I go on vacation and only bring my ipad and camera b/c I don't want to carry a laptop. transfer video to ipad, edit video on ipad, send to family at home.
    1. mladen2008's Avatar
      mladen2008 -
      No iMovie iPhone app in Croatia, why and when?
    1. Bluemoldycheeze88's Avatar
      Bluemoldycheeze88 -
      I know the camera shoots 720p video but how many mega pixels does it actually have? .. BTW nice addition for the ipod.
    1. MCar55's Avatar
      MCar55 -
      The camera has .7 mega pixel resolution so it can do 720p HD video.