"Prep for iMovie on iOS" has just undergone a major content update. All video tutorials now teach the latest version of iMovie for iOS's iPad and iPhone. All finger swipes were photographed in two camera angles, for painstaking accuracy. In addition, the videos use visual highlighting to indicate the next step finger-action the user must take. There is no comporable learning product on the market.
Since great illustrations of Apple iOS devices are very difficult to create, these tutorials lead the viewer through the process. Prompting with graphics, and then directing the user to the next step. This method makes these iMovie video tutorials very easy to follow. The app doesn't just tell you what is happening, it actually prompts, and then shows you.
Not to be outdone, all 23 minutes of videos are subtitled in English, French, Portuguese, Traditional Chinese, and Japanese. The app is localized in those languages as well, for the international market. Users must activate their subtitle setting from Settings/General/Accessibility/Hearing Impaired to use the subtitle feature. Bringing a video to full screen shows the subtitle caption control, where the exact language can be selected.
The narration voice is infamous "Alex" - a very real computer generated voice. We think he's Siri's cousin. Alex is here to teach, but you might find him entertaining as well. He cuts right to the point, and was very easy to work with.
Previous versions of this app have taught thousands of people how to edit on iMovie, we believe this version will appeal to a much wider audience. This app is now Universal, for iPad and iPhone running iOS 7 or greater. All of the depictions were filmed from an iPad. iPhone use of iMovie is similar, but not exactly the same. Most of the concepts and actions are comparable or nearly equal.
Prep for iMovie on iOS 3.0 is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category.
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