Apple iMovie 10.0.6 (Mac OS X) | 1,87 GB
iMovie c gorgeous new interface will help you to emphasize the best moments of your video and tell your story in a new way.
Browse your video library, share pleasant moments, create stunning HD-movies and trailers in the Hollywood style. And with iCloud, you can preview the video in iMovie Theater on all your devices.
At your disposal: Mode videobrauzera and quick export clips, settings panel for easy access to controls, video and audio, 16 new styles, titles, 14 new templates Trailer of iMovie for iOS, 8 new themes for movies from iMovie for iOS, button icon plus to quickly add clips to your movie, cropping video and audio clips directly on the timeline, add effects "picture in picture", "display next to", "green studio" and "audio only" simply by dragging the clips, adjusting brightness and the darkness, as well as color temperature, the Ken Burns effect for panoramic photos, mute with the sound level, controls the speed of the timeline, the possibility of adding to the film portion of the song from iTunes, import, analysis and publication of the clips in the background, and more.
What's new in version 10.0.6:
- An updated view of the style of OS X Yosemite.
- New export options: «H.264 (arbitrary)», «ProRes» and "Audio Only".
- Export any video frame as an image.
- Send video via HD-Mail Drop if logged in iCloud.
- Selection of a clip on the timeline by dragging the bottom of the clip.
- Settings string always remains open for easy access to tools audio and video settings.
- Improved performance when used on older computers Mac.
- Fixed problems with stability when copying individual settings.
- Support for the Vietnamese, Indonesian and Malay languages.
This update allows developers to create programs for the views App Store, including:
- support screen recording with the iPhone and iPad, created with QuickTime Player;
- includes 11 themes with animated titles, allowing you to show examples of the use of the program;
- Provides a simplified export video for App Store.
- OS X 10.10 or later
Mount the image and drag the application icon in the "Applications" folder