iMovie lets users choose from pre-made video themes for lessons, reviews, etc. Storyboard guides users step-by-step and proposes clips to film for each portion of the film. Magic Movie focuses on speed rather than skill development. Both apps are free on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS.
Apple offers free applications for beginners to help people develop their talents and skills. Swift Playgrounds, for example, allows iPad and Mac users to learn the basics of Swift coding.
Once students feel competent, they can construct more complicated projects with Xcode. Others are GarageBand and iMovie. Both applications are free on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. They allow users to produce music and video projects without having to be specialists in audio or video composition or editing. The tools are simple to use and have intuitive user interfaces that make learning them a breeze. The virtual Peek Performance event last month promised two new iMovie features. Storyboards and Magic Movie in iMovie 3.0 make producing films from scratch much easier.
Apple has announced that iMovie 3.0 is now available as a free upgrade for iOS 15.2 and later customers. This big update to iMovie adds two helpful tools for novices. For starters, Storyboard lets users choose from pre-made video themes for lessons, reviews, etc. It guides them step-by-step and proposes clips to film for each portion. The final product may be exported and shared between apps.
Magic Movie, on the other hand, focuses on speed rather than skill development. Your iDevice works its magic by selecting an album (or photo collection) from your library. iMovie will then automatically choose the most intriguing moments and offer you with an exportable product. If iMovie’s taste doesn’t match yours, you may make a last edit before uploading the film.