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Shoot, edit and upload your professional looking video directly from your iOS device. Seamlessly integrates with both YouTube and Vimeo. Great use of touchscreen and multigestures to make movie producing simple and easy even for a novice.


Can eat up device storage quickly if you are a regular movie maker. Only works within the Apple ecosystem.

Bottom Line

This is really a must have App for turf managers using OS or iOS devices. iMovie will allow you to shoot, edit and upload your professional looking video directly from the palm of your hand. Add a whole new dimension to your website/blog audience experience.

Posted July 22, 2013 by


iMovie for iPhone or iPad allows users to record, edit and publish professional looking videos quickly.  Using the multi touch feature, turf managers can intuitively add videos, pictures, music to any movie.  Easily drop in transitions, effects or use one of the themes in the application.  iMovie offers quick sharing with both YouTube and Vimeo  or you can send your finished production to iTunes.

Turf managers continue to flex their technology muscles when it comes to communication with their members, shareholders and/or customers.  Video has become increasingly more popular and iMovie will help elevate the presentation of these videos.  Using iMovie, turf managers can create professional looking videos, literally from their cart, upload them to YouTube or Vimeo and immediately share them on their websites or blogs.  Not using an iPhone or iPad to record your video, no problem.  Using the Apple camera connection kit, you can easily connect your digital camera to your iPad or iPhone an transfer videos to iMovie.

iMovie - Apple
iMovie - Apple

Bob Porter

Bob Porter
Class A Golf Course Superintendent



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