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    yeah media studies coursework

    i used just an average digivideo camera, and iMovie on the Mac

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotterik
    yeah media studies coursework

    i used just an average digivideo camera, and iMovie on the Mac
    iMovie comes standard on Macs don't they? I'm looking for a Mac but don't know much about them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waugh-terfall
    iMovie comes standard on Macs don't they?
    Yep... from when OSX was introduced.

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    Awsome, is iMovie similar to Windows Movie Maker? Just more... Maccy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waugh-terfall
    Awsome, is iMovie similar to Windows Movie Maker? Just more... Maccy?
    it probably works! From my experience with windows movie maker i would expect imovies to have more features.
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    Windows Movie Maker, having used it, is a cheap rip-off of iMovie. iMovie definitely works. You can add SFX, lighting effects, titles, chapters, separate clips from movies, pictures as intros, etc. We use it at 6th Form College- so it ain't shabby. Even better- you can integrate it with iDVD. I really hope I don't have to explain what iDVD does...

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    Awesome, I use Windows Movie Maker all the time with my videos on YouTube and I find it rather shitty so hopefully if I manage to get a Mac of some kind my videos can become better, more refined and more proffesional looking, so I hope...
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    iMovie is actually pretty damn good for a standard piece of software. it does everything you want it to at amateur level. And fast too if you have a modern mac.

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