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        gsel
        AskWoody Lounger

        I’m sure that I don’t have an imovie version and can’t seem to find one that will be accepted in this osx…what do I need to know or download to obtain a working version.

        I’m still new to an apple product so any advice would be appreciated greatly..

        g

      • #2298710 Reply
        PKCano
        Da Boss

        Open the App Store.
        In the search box, type “iMovie”
        There should be a “Get” button at the bottom right of the iMovie box
        Click on “Get” and it should download and install.

        Edit: I just realized you have Snow Leopard. The above probably won’t work.
        Try this link: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4577909

        Or maybe this one on Amazon.

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      • #2298771 Reply
        Alex5723
        AskWoody Plus

        Look here https://support.apple.com/downloads/ilife

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      • #2299227 Reply
        Nathan Parker
        AskWoody_MVP

        You need iMovie 9.0.4. iMovie 9 shipped with iLife 11.

        It’s possible on the Mac App Store, if you attempt the download of iMovie, that the Mac App Store will prompt you to download an earlier version of iMovie suited for Snow Leopard (occasionally this works).

        If not, you can try to find iLife 11 on eBay or Amazon, or it is available for free on MacintoshGarden.org.

        After installing iLife 11, you can run Software Update to update to iMovie 9.0.4, which is the latest Snow Leopard compatible version.

        Nathan Parker

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