Apple releases iLife updates (iPhoto 7.1.4, iMovie 7.1.4, iWeb 2.0.4, iLife Support 8.3)

Apple today released various updates to software from the company’s acclaimed iLife ’08 suite:

The updates are available via Software Update and also as standalone installers:

More info and download links:
• iPhoto 7.1.4 contains new holiday greeting card and postcard themes for use with Apple print products. This update also addresses general compatibility issues, improves overall stability, and addresses a number of other minor issues. – 74MB

iMovie 7.1.4 addresses general compatibility issues, improves overall stability, and addresses a number of other minor issues – 38MB

iLife Support 8.3 provides system software components shared by all iLife ’08 applications. This update improves overall stability and addresses a number of other minor issues. It is recommended for all users for iLife ’08. – 10MB

iWeb 2.0.4 addresses general compatibility issues, improves overall stability, and addresses a number of other minor issues – 35MB

18 Comments

  1. The iWeb update has (finally) FIXED the problems with FireFox3 not being able to display photo galleries and slideshows published via iWeb. (As soon as these updates came out, that was the first possible fix that came to mind). Just run the updated iWeb and republish the pages on your sites! (Then prove to yourself that this works by browsing to your republished sites using FireFox3).

  2. Also, I found a quicker way to import movie files into iMovie HD for those of us still using it.

    Option click on a iMovie HD file, open the movie folder, drag your movie files into this folder, close the window, and open the iMovie HD file by clicking on it twice.

    When IMHD tells you that it has found stray files in the trash and asks if you would like to open the trash, click OK. Then drag the files from the trash window to the clips window area, and away you go.

    I imported 2 hours of vid footage in about 3 min.

  3. Thanks, Jim. I am waiting patiently for the re-release of ‘Tejas’, along with ‘First Album’ and ‘Rio Grande Mud’ that restores them to their pristine and bluesy original sound.

    They have already made ‘Tres Hombrés’ and ‘Fandango’ sound just as “nasty and funky” as when they were recorded to vinyl.

    ‘Degüello’, fortunately, was never butchered in the transition to digital.

    Oh, those daze when ZZ was still Tops…..

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