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Apple updates iMovie, Garageband

updated 06:00 pm EST, Tue January 4, 2011

Improves stability and performance

Apple today issued two minor updates to iMovie (now v9.0.1) and Garageband (now v6.0.1), part of the iLife '11 suite. The purpose of both updates is to improve stability and performance as well as address minor issues, such as scrolling in the Project Library in iMovie or fixing an issue in undoing Flex Time edits in Garageband. The updates are recommended for all iLife '11 users.

Improvements and fixes in iMovie also include correcting an issue where stabilization wouldn't be applied properly to some video clips from iPhones or iPod Touches; fixing a problem that prevented iMovie from uploading to Facebook because otherwise-valid FB passwords had non-alphanumeric characters, and improving compatibility with some cameras that create content in multiple formats. The update for iMovie weighs in at 27.52MB.

Garageband v9.0.1 also improves stability and compatibility, and addresses some other minor issues such as removing occasional latency that can occur on guitar tracks, and restoring the ability to use the Quantize Note Timing menu for tracks with Groove Matching. This update is 47.5MB in size. Both updates require a minimum of OS X 10.6.3, and are available now through Software Update or Apple's support web site.




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