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i Movie imports video footage to the Mac using either the Fire Wire interface on most Mini DV format digital video cameras or the computer's USB port.
It can also import video and photo files from a hard drive.
It was originally released in 1999 as a Mac OS 8 application bundled with the first Fire Wire-enabled consumer Mac model – the i Mac DV.
From 2003, i Movie is included free with all new Mac computers.
as generated by a number of digital photo cameras with HD video recording feature.
To facilitate this, i Movie/i Life installs the Apple Intermediate Codec on the system as a Quick Time component.
This was limited, however, by an undocumented restriction on supported codecs.
i Movie HD 6 also added real-time effects, which took advantage of the computer's graphic processing unit to perform some effects without rendering.
It also introduced real-time titling, enhanced audio tools and effects, the ability to have multiple projects open at once, video podcasts and blogs (using integration with i Web), and a refined look based on i Tunes 5 and 6.
Though Motion JPEG-encoded AVI files do appear to be recognized, this was the most common format used by digital cameras.
The tile-based editing interface was also promoted as something unique and groundbreaking, even though it is functionally identical to the interface of the Toaster Flyer non-linear digital video editing systems released for Amiga computers by New Tek, Inc. A new feature called "skimming" for quickly previewing video in the library at a user controlled speed was added, and so was a feature that allows the user to highlight parts of video clips just like highlighting text.