Will Apple release a new iMovie for Yosemite?

Discussion in 'OS X Yosemite (10.10)' started by MartinAppleGuy, Sep 21, 2014.

  1. MartinAppleGuy macrumors 68020

    MartinAppleGuy

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    Will Apple release a new iMovie for Yosemite?
     
  2. ps3zocker macrumors regular

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    They released a completely new iMovie last year. Will it be updated to the new UI style? Sure.
     
  3. phrozend, Sep 21, 2014
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    Good (and tough) question. No announcements made about this and the iLife/productivity apps-cycle is unpredictable, so I'm just going to speculate. I think its safe to assume iMovie will get updated alongside the other iLife/productivity apps, just like in the past. Bringing a visual overhaul to all of these apps would take a lot of work, but it would also a great opportunity to make other changes/re-imagine already existing features.

    I'm guessing we might see a small technical update to the apps around the same time they're releasing Photos (early next year?), but I think we might have to wait until fall 2015 and OSX 10.11 for the next major release of these apps.

    EDIT: Oh, and just another thing worth thinking about. With iPhoto merging into Photos, I guess this could be a possible direction for iMovie and the Video-app on iOS. Could take alot of work, so maybe we'll hear a similar announcement on the next WWDC and a possible release early 2016.
     
  4. JarScott macrumors 601

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    They need to add a tonne more features to iMovie. Seriously. You can't even create custom titles or add more layers. I know they want you to buy Final Cut, but iMovie is seriously restrictive.
     
  5. MartinAppleGuy thread starter macrumors 68020

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    I agree, I would at least like a manual title incept over having lots of templates as well as being able to add more than 2 layers of video. That, and the advanced video editor option in iMovie 9.0.0 where you could adjust the levels, hue... is a much more accurate way.
     
  6. robertosh macrumors 6502a

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    I hope yes, iMovie is a pain in the ass in some tasks (like formatting titles)
     

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