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Across platforms the interface is seeing some major refinements as i Movie for Mac continues to gather more i OS visual cues.
Specifically, i Movie for Mac is gaining i OS’s simple three-tab layout, making the process of searching through media and clips even quicker.
With these latest updates, the experience of editing video through i Movie is growing much more unified across platforms.
A person can shoot 4K video on their i Phone 6s, put a rough stitch together through i Movie on their device, and then use Air Drop or i Cloud Drive to sync the content to i Movie on their Mac where users can utilize more advanced tools like color correction and green screening to get the video ready for primetime.
When a user is done working on a project, they are able to send it to You Tube in its full, glorious resolution or even export to Final Cut Pro for more advanced editing.
Also arriving with the i OS update is support for 3D Touch.
The use cases are largely in keeping with the functionality that most other stock i OS apps are showing off on the i Phone, including quick actions from the home screen and peek and pop gestures within a project’s browser.
In addition to 4K support, i Movie for i OS version 2.2 and i Movie 10.1 for Mac are also adding support for editing 1080p 60fps footage.
The new Project Media section lets you dive into the project you’re currently working on and view all of the related audio, photo and video files that compose it.