Day: October 13, 2013

Making the most of iMovie’s lesser-known features

Making the most of iMovie’s lesser-known features In past iMovie lessons we’ve talked about the application’s interface, importing media, constructing a basic movie project, creating trailers, and iMovie’s more persnickety editing features. It’s time to put a bow on the series by taking note of a few remaining features that you’ll find helpful in your movie making. Read next: How to change speed in iMovie for iPad Adding a time stamp to your movies Senior contributor Jeff Carlson explained how this was done in the previous version of iMovie. The technique has changed very little. To add a time...

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Smartphone battery breakthrough coming – but not for a few years

Smartphone battery breakthrough coming – but not for a few years Although iPhone 4S battery drain was a real problem, it also brought up the need for a smartphone battery breakthrough–something so significant that you’ll never have to worry about getting through the day on a single charge, even if the battery’s not behaving properly. The good news is that a true breakthrough is on the way, and promises week-long battery life and 15-minute recharge times. The bad news is that this technology is still three to five years away from the market. Researchers at Northwestern University worked with...

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