One of iMovie’s most coveted features is its green-screen, or “chroma-key” tool, which allows you to place your characters in exotic locations—Hawaii, say—at a moment’s notice. Want to overlay the scene with “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”? iMovie ties directly in with iTunes and GarageBand, so you can easily implement custom tracks and sounds. When your movie’s finally ready to ship, release it into the wild using iMessage, Facebook, YouTube, or any other of iMovie’s succinctly connected platforms.
Believe it or not, Easy Video Maker might actually be one of the trickier programs to understand with regard to making videos. This is not a software that is intuitive and user friendly like the name suggests. The first question that pops up is how do you make a video? At first glance, Easy Video Maker has a cluttered and disorganized interface. You have endless buttons and options that do not fit the category of obvious. While Easy Video Maker does have a tutorial, you do not learn much outside the obvious. How to Make YouTube Videos for Beginners