Apple just released an update for iMovie on Mac that we could consider as important As this popular video editing software reaches version 10.1.2 and even though it is a minor revision, this new version brings several improvements, including faster and more efficient project creation with easier clip selection.
The update is basically focused on visual details of the interface and speed optimization, we can take as an example the addition of a "New project" button in the Project Explorer and a larger project thumbnail in the visual part as well of the possibility of starting edit a project with one click.
Here you have the complete changelog:
- Easy location of the button to create a new project in the project browser.
- Larger project thumbnails in keeping with the style of iMovie for iOS.
- La quick project creation lets you start editing with a single click.
- Clicking on a video clip selects the entire clip instead of just a range.
- Keyboard shortcut to select the interval of a clip in the browser and timeline (press and hold the R key when dragging).
- Support for app preview resolutions for iPad Pro (1600 x 1200) and Apple TV (1920 x 1080).
- Improved stability.
To this day, it is still accompanied by a bug correction statement similar to the one we saw in January, and which of course meant an improvement to the big version 10.1 which was launched in October of last year, in which we finally saw that it supports 4K video and 1080p HD video at 60 fps. iMovie is available on the Mac App Store at a price of 14.99 Euros.