updated 05:35 pm EDT, Tue April 14, 2009
iMovie, Aperture updates
Apple today released updates to consumer movie editing application iMovie as well its professional photography application Aperture and remote administration tools for Mac OS X Server installations. iMovie 8.02 fixes an issue with projects having a size of 0KB where attempting to open these projects would cause iMovie to quit unexpectedly at launch. According to Apple, the update also addresses a problem where full-screen mode could not be accessed on some systems. Apple's Aperture 2.1.3 update improves overall stability and addresses minor issues in a number of areas, including the display of thumbnails on import and image rotation. The free update is recommended for all users of Aperture 2.3 and is available as a 48.1MB download.
Finally, the Server Admin Tools 10.5.6 download contains remote administration tools, documentation, and utilities that can be installed on a computer other than Mac OS X Server. This version is required to administer Mac OS X Server version 10.5.6 from a remote Mac client. Version 10.5.6 include several improvements, including those delivered in Server Admin Tools 10.5.3 and Server Admin Tools 10.5.5, as well as improved delivery using the System Image Utility (i.e., when deploying a system image created from a volume, the target computers will no longer have identical local KDC files). In addition, it fixes an issue that could cause Server Admin to stop responding when propagating permissions on a folder which is on a volume other than the boot volume and it adds the latest NetBoot/NetInstall model filters for newer MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air computers.