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Short Take: Downloads of Apple's iMovie exceed 150,000

Apple announced that downloads of its free iMovie(TM) video editing software topped 150,000 during the first week it was made available. The software lets Mac users create their own movies using input from a digital video camcorder and adding special effects such as cross-dissolves and scrolling titles. Finished iMovies can be stored on the computer, transferred back to a camcorder for viewing on a standard TV or VHS videotape or shared with friends and family on the Web. The program is available for free download from Apple's Web site.

Apple announced that downloads of its free iMovie(TM) video editing software topped 150,000 during the first week it was made available. The software lets Mac users create their own movies using input from a digital video camcorder and adding special effects such as cross-dissolves and scrolling titles. Finished iMovies can be stored on the computer, transferred back to a camcorder for viewing on a standard TV or VHS videotape or shared with friends and family on the Web. The program is available for free download from Apple's Web site.