Home » Mac, Software

iLife Update: iPhoto, iMovie, GarageBand, iWeb, iDVD get Lion fresh

12 July 2011 7,398 views 2 Comments

If you’re into reading tea leaves, here’s a nice sprinkling that cries out “Mac OS X Lion is almost here.” Whereas there’s nothing in the accompanying knowledge base articles, with Lion expected on Thursday (or Friday), we’ve got quite a bunch o’ big cat flavored bits, n’est pas?

iPhoto 9.1.5, 220.83MB
— The date range of each event now updates correctly to reflect changes made to photos using the Adjust Time and Date command
— Addresses an issue that could cause the Photos view to scroll incorrectly when Event Titles are displayed
— Fixes a problem that could prevent Ken Burns animations from being applied correctly on photos in a saved Classic slideshow
— Deleting photos from a web album using the contextual menu now removes them from the album without deleting them from the library
— Addresses an issue that could prevent a crop adjustment from being removed from a photo when using the Revert to Original command

iMovie 9.0.4, 76.20MB
— Support for opening projects imported from iMovie for iOS.
— Fixes an issue where some audio adjustments were not preserved.
— Addresses a performance issue when using large quantities of video clips with keywords.
— Resolves issue with slow application launch when working with large iPhoto libraries.

GarageBand 6.0.4, 53.72MB
— Corrects issues with some tempo-based effects falling out of sync with main song tempo.
— Resolves problems with Magic GarageBand project files not opening up correctly in the GarageBand tracks view.

iDVD 7.1.2, 36.12MB
— Improves reliability of imported iPhoto ’11 slideshows.
— Fixes a problem that could prevent files from re-linking.
— Addresses an issue that could cause iDVD to use all available CPU
capacity when searching for missing files.

iWeb 3.0.4, 178.57MB
— This update improves overall stability and addresses a number of minor issues.

See also: Going on a Lion hunt [OS X 10.7 ready apps]

According to TUAW, the updates bring fullscreen support, as well as tweaking some UI elements of iPhoto, etc. to match the upcoming UI Finder elements, found in OS X 10.7.


Leave your response!

Add your comment below, or trackback from your own site. You can also subscribe to these comments via RSS.

Be nice. Keep it clean. Stay on topic. No spam.