Download iMovie 10.1.14 for Mac OS

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About iMovie

Editors Review
iMovie is one of the best free video-editing solutions out there, and even rivals paid products in feature set, stability, and user experience. Themes are actually useful and hardly gimmicky, the media library is easy to use and integrates very well with both the storyboard and the timeline, and even the musical scores that you can import into the movie are viable for more than just amateur use. All in all a superior product, made even better by being part of every Mac OS-based computer.
iMovie is a video-editing suite that comes free with all new Apple Macs.

iMovie gives users the option of a timeline-based or storyboard-centric approach to editing, both of which are quick and easy to use even for amateurs or anyone without video editing experience. The revamped integrated media library makes it easy to select and insert video clips, with animated drop zones suggesting the best places to put them depending on the kind of movie you want to make.

iMovie makes getting started easier than ever with 15 ready-made themes that transform your project's clips into a scrapbook, a news broadcast, a movie trailer, and more. You can also introduce special effects like split-screen, professional video filters and adjustment, picture-in-picture, and even green-screen chroma key effects, all with just a few taps and a little dragging-and-dropping.

After creating your movie, you can publish your work directly to many popular video sharing services, such as YouTube, Facebook, and Vimeo.

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