I wont lie, there is a lot here to play with when you get into iMovie on your iPhone 4. The app from Apple actually has a surprising amount of power so don’t expect me to be posting up fancy movies I did already. I’m just working through a couple fun movies I took at the park today with my new ‘4’. Once I got into the app I found that I can cut and splice, add music, opening screen and much more. After I played a bit, I started to wonder how long it took Apple to come up with this user interface. How did they get it right to make it possible to actually edit high resolution video on such a small screen. And… it isn’t a pain, fun actually. Watch here for my creations – promise it will be something you wont see at your local theater.

Per Apple:

Made for Multi-Touch.
• Tap to add or record video right into your project.
• Drag to trim the lengths of video clips and photos.
• Pinch to zoom the timeline and get a closer look.
• Slide to scrub through the video in your project.
Give it a theme.
• Choose from a selection of themes including Modern, Bright, Travel, Playful, and News.
• Each theme includes a matching set of titles and transitions – plus its own soundtrack.
• Instantly change themes or swap themed elements in your project.
• Titles and graphics automatically update with location data from your video.
Add music and photos.
• Select from included music that matches each iMovie theme, or select from your own song library.
• Enable ducking to automatically lower the volume of background music and highlight audio from video clips.
• Add photos from your own library, or take a picture and drop it into your project.
• Customize each photo with a unique “Ken Burns” panning effect.
Share your movie.
• Export your movie in one of three sizes: Medium, Large, or HD.
• Share your movie on the web in a MobileMe gallery or on YouTube.
• Send your movie to friends and family in an email or via an MMS message.
• Easily sync your movie back to your computer.