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iPhone and Bentley team for ultra-luxe portable studio

iPhone and Bentley team for ultra-luxe portable studio

The gap between professional cameras and smartphones continues to narrow, and now Bentley is getting in on the act with a new documentary that ostensibly pimps luxury, but is quietly a paean to what you can do with an iPhone and an iPad, particularly if they're embedded in the motorized tables for your back-seats. A new video, dubbed Intelligent Details, takes the Bentley Mulsanne - the car company's most expensive and luxurious sedan - as its centerpiece, but distinguishes itself by having been entirely filmed and edited on iOS devices.

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iMovie 10 Review for OS X Mavericks

iMovie 10 Review for OS X Mavericks

Today we're having a look at the newest edition of Apple's basic video editing software, that being OS X Mavericks' own iMovie 10.0. With the release of OS X Mavericks comes the "free" generation of Apple-made software, and both iLife and iWork coming to the public without cost - with new machines, that is. Here we've also got a transformation, no of cost, but of usefulness for the iMovie console.

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iLife and iWork free limits surface as apps overtake charts

iLife and iWork free limits surface as apps overtake charts

If you head on down to the iTunes App Store this afternoon to see how the topmost downloads are doing, you're going to see Garage Band quickly overtaking the top "Free" spot while the rest of the iLife and iWork apps climb up "Paid". But wait, you might be saying, didn't Apple just say that the iLife and iWork app suites would be free for all users from this point forward? Actually they didn't - what they actually said was that new customers - everyone purchasing a device from September 2013 forward - would be getting these apps for free.

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iMovie 1.3 for iOS Review

iMovie 1.3 for iOS Review

The newest update to iMovie was announced right alongside the first glimpse we had at "The new iPad", also known as the iPad 3, and with this update came updates that include 1080p video support, nine Theater view templates, and a selection of high quality soundtracks. This update brings these lovely abilities to both of the two newest iPad models, iPhone 4 and later, and the 4th generation of iPod touch. This update also requires that you download iOS 5.1, an software upgrade that's being pushed to all compatible devices the day of its announcement as well.

UPDATE: SlashGear's review of the new iPad here.

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Apple introduces iPhoto for iPad, updates iMovie and iWork

Apple introduces iPhoto for iPad, updates iMovie and iWork

Apple is pretty busy showing off plenty of new apps and games for what they are simply calling "the new iPad" and have just detailed a few important ones. Announcing the extremely popular iPhoto is available for the iPad and will only be $4.99 -- available today. If you didn't think you could create on the iPad before, you certainly can now. Plenty of new features are available not to mention updates to iMovie, iWork, and Garage band.

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Avid Studio for iPad takes on iMovie

Avid Studio for iPad takes on iMovie

Apple's iMovie for iPad has some serious competition this morning, with video editing heavyweight Avid releasing Avid Studio for iPad. The new app, which comes in at under five bucks [iTunes link], brings video manipulation tools from Avid's pro range of software to the iOS slate, accessing media stored on the iPad itself or imported via Apple's Camera Connection Kit, and allowing clips to be combined using 3D animations, transitions, titles and soundtracks.

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iMovie On iPad 2 Not Compatible With Camcorder Video

iMovie On iPad 2 Not Compatible With Camcorder Video

Anyone who has used iMovie has dealt with some frustration when trying to use video clips that aren’t encoded to work the program. Apple updated a support document for iMovie for iOS that addressed some user’s complaints about certain video clips not showing up in the media browser. These videos are probably taken and imported by non-Apple devices through a connection kit or iTunes to your Apple device.

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iPhone 4, iPad 2, and iMovie Make Breaking News Footage

iPhone 4, iPad 2, and iMovie Make Breaking News Footage

With the iPad 2 having just touched down a week ago, with many still without the device, creative feats are already surfacing from the first music video to now the first breaking news footage. A Minneapolis resident, Robert Stephens, who also happens to be co-founder of Geek Squad, was on his way to work when he recorded a gas explosion on his iPhone 4, which he then edited using iMovie on his iPad 2. The footage then made it onto CNN and MSNBC.

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iMovie for original iPad hack discovered

iMovie for original iPad hack discovered

While the iPad 2 is undoubtedly a slick piece of hardware the real magic is in the software, and apps like iMovie for iPad do a great job of demonstrating that. Unfortunately, Apple has decided that first-gen iPad owners can't share in the iMovie goodness, which is a red-rag to the iOS hacking community. They've come up with a method to install iMovie on the original iPad, though right now it's not entirely polished.

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Canon and Apple collaboration: Final Cut, Photo Stream or something else?

Canon and Apple collaboration: Final Cut, Photo Stream or something else?

 

Canon and Apple are reportedly collaborating together on a project with mutual overlap, though the exact nature of the partnership is currently unknown. CanonRumors' source couldn't say what product(s) might be in the pipeline, though there are several areas in which there's potential for Canon's involvement. The spring update to Final Cut is a likely possibility, tipped for a "dramatic and ambitious" update, though iMovie - now also on the iPad and iPhone 4 - could be another.

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