Apple today introduced iLife ’11, a major upgrade that gives Mac users even more ways to create and share photos, movies and music. iPhoto ’11 has a whole new look, with full screen modes for Faces, Places and Events. iMovie ’11 makes it easier than ever to edit videos and quickly transform them into theatrical trailers for posting online. GarageBand ’11 introduces new ways to improve your playing and create great sounding songs with Flex Time and Groove Matching. Free with every new Mac, iLife ’11 is available as a $49 upgrade for existing users.
iPhoto ’11 features new full screen modes that take advantage of your Mac’s brilliant display for browsing, editing and showcasing your photos. Sharing your photos is easier in iPhoto ’11, whether you send them by email using one of eight themes, post them to your Facebook wall with a single click, or play them in full screen with one of 12 slideshows. iPhoto '11 features a completely new approach to creating books and cards with a carousel interface, intelligent book layout and a bookshelf that displays all your projects. New letterpress cards let you combine your photos and text with imprinted designs to create unique wedding invitations, birth announcements, holiday greetings and more.
iMovie ’11 helps you turn your videos into Hollywood-style trailers that are fun to watch and share. You can choose from 15 different genres including Adventure, Romantic Comedy and Epic Drama, each one complete with its own unique titles, graphics and cinematic soundtrack. Powerful new tools make it easy to selectively adjust audio levels and apply visual effects like flash and hold, instant replay and jump cuts with a single click. People Finder analyzes your videos and marks sections containing faces, so you can quickly find the perfect clips for your trailer or movie. iMovie ’11 also adds exciting new themes that make your videos look like professional news or sports programs.
Published Date: Oct 21, 2010 11:03 am | Updated Date: Oct 21, 2010 11:03 am