Just found out that I have the min. specs for iMovie! <br><br>iMovie requires a Mac with an Intel processor, a Power Mac G5 (dual 2.0GHz or faster), or an iMac G5 (1.9GHz or faster). <br><br><br>my beer blog
Yeah, it sucks. I have a dual 1.8 GHz. I have no intention of buying a new machine anytime soon. My G5 is still wicked fast for me and does all I need it to do with ease. iLife '08 will pass me by I'm afraid.<br><br>
Of course, iWork Numbers can't cope with Excel macros - so once Office 2008 mac comes out sans vba, NeoOffice is the only mac office app that has any Excel macro/vba support (which they're getting from OpenOffice developers). And it's free.<br><br>[color:purple]A lopsided man runs best along the little side-hills of success<br>- Frank Moore Colby</font color=purple>
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the only thing that really bugs me is that any iMovie files that you've created in the past will have to be recreated if you import it into this version of iMovie. That sucks for me since I don't really want to redo the whole transitions, music etc. just to make a little change to one of the old iMovie files.<br><br>"Peace cannot be kept by force. It can only be achieved by understanding." Albert Einstein <br> <br><br><br>
"Peace cannot be kept by force. It can only be achieved by understanding." Albert Einstein
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