Monthly Archives: January 2009


We’ve Found a Patch

Here’s to another Wikipedia traffic increase. Recently someone sent me the information on how to patch the new iMovie ’09 on a G4 Mac. Here’s the HexEdit instructions you will need: position:NEW value 15fb9c: 4E 80 00 20 15fc7c: 4E 80 00 20 15fe00: 4E 80 00 20 I don’t have an actual patch file yet since I have personally not tested this on my PowerBook (I actually don’t even have iLife ’09 yet, will order soon). However, if anyone would like to send that patch my way after testing this I would be happy to receive it so I can post it here. As noted above, I have not tested this personally as of yet, so I am unable to completely verify as to whether this works and if so, how well. My sources tell me “it should”. Until next time, take care! Nathan

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iLife and iWork ’09 Coming Your Way

Apple announced on Tuesday that brand new versions of iLife and iWork are coming our way at the end of this month. Known as iLife ’09 and iWork ’09, these two new suites of software pack a nice round of enhancements. iPhoto gets new sorting and editing features with one click publishing to Flickr and Facebook. iMovie gets a host of powerful editing features, such as precision editor, picture-in-picture, and new themes. GarageBand adds some powerful new audio features and even the ability to take music lessons right within the program. iWeb gets more powerful features and integrated FTP support (finally). Keynote soups up and even allows you to control your ptesentation from your iPhone. Numbers finally gets more power, and Pages adds features such as full screen viewing. In addition, all three of the new iWork programs now publish to a new service called iWork.com. This new service allows users to easily publish and collaborate documents with other users. Now you may be wondering, will iMovie ’09 run on a G4? Well, it might, but I won’t be directly researching a way to find out since I’ve finally crossed over to Intel. However, if you find a way to run iMovie ’09 on a G4 Mac, please let me […]

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