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Editing Software iMovie

JessBookgirl75@gmail

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Recently, I started using iMovie on my Iphone. So far, I really like the app. Did any of you have good or bad experiences with it?
Jessica
 

Zita

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iMovie is great to begin with, but perhaps you might want to start filming horizontally for youtube. I use LumaFusion there I can crop or expand frames so it’s easier for me to post vertical or horizontal adjusting to the platform that I want to upload my video to.
 

A Scot Living Abroad

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Started using iMovie around 2 weeks ago, nice and easy to use but as mentioned, it is basic and once you master it, you will then want to move on to something else.
 

kitchen c/o ammama

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Definitely a good Experience. I used iMovie and still use at times . As mentioned by everyone .. it's a beginner tool.
 

InspirationalbyMarie

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I use I movie and always have :pensive: but from the comments above, I think it may be time to move on to or a least try out LumaFusion, I am just so comfortable with I movie it but I do need to think of moving on to zooms, and pan animations (the next level) I suppose :)
 

Its Jonny Keeley

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Adobe rush is a pretty good option if editing on mobile, you can move seamlessly between desktop and mobile. I use Davinci Resolve on desktop, it's free.
 

Aaron

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I only used the mobile version of iMovie once and it wasn't for long so I can't say much of it. That said I used the desktop version for quite some time and it was a wonderful editing experience! If I still had a mac for editing I'd probably be using Final Cut but iMovie was by no means bad.
 

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I use Premiere Rush. It seems really intuitive and I like Adobe's Premiere Pro. Not sure if anyone else are Adobe users here, but I've been learning while home an d I really like it.