Apple released iMovie 10.0.3 Thursday, an update that includes several feature improvements, as well as a few bug fixes. The company improved event sorting, added fonts options for titles, made it easier to edit a transition, added cropping and rotating tools, and more.
Apple's patch notes:
What's New in Version 10.0.3
- Option to sort events in the sidebar by date
- Change the font, size, and color of new titles introduced in iMovie version 10
- Double-click a transition in the timeline to adjust its duration
- Crop and rotate clips in events
- Add speed effects using the Adjustments Bar
- Option to smoothly transition in and out of speed effects
- Fixes issues that could cause iMovie to quit unexpectedly
- Resolves issues that could cause sharing to fail
- Improves reliability of search when using partial or multiple search terms
- General usability improvements on computers using certain languages
Apple dramatically curtailed features in iMovie 10 in late 2013 when it unveiled a new look and feel for the software, but the company has been adding many of those features back at a fairly brisk clip.
The update is free to owners of iMovie 10, and it's available in the Mac App Store now.