And yet, despite owning this common software and hardware configuration of the "latest and greatest" products that Apple encourages one to buy, not a single one of these customers can edit an i Movie project from i OS in i Movie for Mac.
Is this a first-world problem for spoiled entitled individuals whining about the failure of their workflows on expensive gadgets?
i Movie now requires mac OS 10.12.2 Sierra or higher.
It's counterintuitive that creative artists cannot capture footage on an i Phone, begin editing that footage using i Movie for IOS while in the field, and then complete the editing within i Movie for Mac.
Visit the VPP fulfillment portal and file a request with paperwork for each new computer to reclaim the bundled licenses.3.
Customers opening a Microsoft Word document on a Windows computer naturally assume that they can also open the same document within Microsoft Word for i OS.
Please officially announce the future return of this invaluable feature, and then use due diligence to return it.
Please "Update i Movie for Mac to Allow for Import of i Movie for i OS projects."This feature was first made available in July 2012.i Movie is self-contained, but Garage Band is multi-part.
Yesterday I was filtering through my Feedly RSS feeds and came across a post from DC Rainmaker on a new auto-sync feature between Strava and Garmin Connect.
We've done our part by willingly spending our hard-earned money to take advantage of the convenience of capturing high-quality video in the palms of our hands, the ease of transforming such priceless memories with loved ones into enduring works of art that will last for generations, and the promise of editing them seamlessly between i Movie applications.
The tech-jargon response that these two products exist on two different operating systems is wholly unacceptable because YOU sold the customer-friendly idea to end-users that these shared name products must work flawlessly together.
It automatically calculated pace and total miles, monthly miles, weekly miles, and miles per shoe pair (here's a Google docs similar version I found, although it is simplified).
I mostly just used it to keep up with shoe mileage, and eventually I moved over to Dailymile.