iMovie mobile will only work on iPhone 4, no release for iPad planned.

According to Macworld, iMovie for iPhone may be the next big step in mobile filmmaking, however in order to make use of it, you will need to buy Apple’s newest iPhone to use it. Macworld states that “the $5 mobile version of iMovie will only run on the iPhone 4, and will launch alongside the iPhone 4 on June 24.”

The reason for this is apparently that “handling video and creating real-time transitions needs the power of the iPhone 4’s A4 processor,” which earlier models don’t have. While the iPad uses the same processor, so far no rumors have surfaced regarding a release of the app for the device.

One thing that might annoy and anger many avid iMovie users is that iMovie projects cannot “currently” be transferred for further editing on a desktop computer, in other words you can’t transfer your current project to the Mac and then continue working on it there. We are all hoping that this will only be a temporary limitation, as it simply makes no sense.

Digiarty HD Video Converter giveaway!!!

Digiarty is currently giving away free copies of its HD Video Converter for Mac, according to their website the offer ends on June 20th. The software supports over 200 video and audio codecs, and converts videos into formats compatible with a variety of devices. This includes multi-track HD videos containing several language and video tracks. Digiarty adds that it is also currently offering a small discount on DVD Ripper for Mac, bringing the price down to $36.


Adobe releases Flash 10.1 update to all Macs


Even though it seems as if Steve Jobs is on a personal vendetta to rid the iPhone and perhaps all Apple products from Flash, Adobe still keeps serving the Mac users with new updates.

Abode has publicly  released the Flash Player 10.1 which is out of beta and ready to be installed on any mac. This new update deals with  “critical vulnerability” found in earlier versions of the player that have been known to cause several disturbances to the mac, such as causing system crashes and even worse allow remote entry by attackers.

Flash Player 10.1 is a 7.44MB download available from Adobe’s Website for Macs running OS 10.4 or later.