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iMovie HD Available Here

The last good version of Apple’s iMovie was version 6, later called iMovie HD. At least that’s my opinion, and it’s shared by a few others. The later versions became more of a video manager (and not a good one), and a very rudimentary editor (and not a good one).

Realizing, but not admitting, how much people hated the new iMovie, there was a period when Apple would let you download the previous and now-abandoned iMovie HD, but it is no longer available from Apple, even on their Old Software List, so until I’m given a Take Down notice, I’m putting iMovie HD up for grabs here. Of course you’re trusting that I haven’t embedded some kind of nasty malware or anything, which I haven’t.

In the disk image is the “iMovie HD.app” application which you’ll drag to your /Applications folder and an “iMovie” folder which you’ll drag to your /Library/Application Support folder. Enjoy.

(I updated the iMovie HD app to include the modified version string discussed in the other post. Aug 2016)

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  1. Jim
    April 18th, 2011 at 13:01 | #1

    I agree. You are a lifesaver; I missed this when buying my new Snow Leopard system, and I’m so glad to have it back!

  2. Lee
    June 8th, 2011 at 19:31 | #2

    Thank you so much!!! I work on this version of iMovie on my laptop and with my new iMac I could not do any work….that is until I stumbled upon your magnificence here! Thanks!!

  3. Chad
    June 16th, 2011 at 20:38 | #3

    Thank you. Thank you. You’ve breathed a bit of life in my old G5.

  4. Mac Guy
    July 15th, 2011 at 10:19 | #4

    Merci 🙂

  5. A helpful bloke
    January 6th, 2012 at 15:46 | #5

    In case anyone is interested, it seems that direct references to it have been removed from Apple’s site, but that iMovie HD 6.0.3 can be still be downloaded from Apple here:

    http://support.apple.com/kb/DL319

  6. A helpful bloke
    January 6th, 2012 at 16:04 | #6

    I posted too soon… The updater to 6.0.3 can be obtained, as can the (larger) combo update to 6.0.2, but users will need version 6.0 or 6.0.1 first.

    My apologies for any confusion. 🙁

  7. February 24th, 2012 at 16:25 | #7

    Oh Beautiful….

    Never really thought about this until I wanted to do something semi-serious with a few videos and then very quickly realised how much I missed the “editor” and hated the “toy”. Long may this page remain live.

  8. cecilia
    April 17th, 2012 at 12:24 | #8

    Can you please help me. Someone have stolen my mac with iMovie HD and I don’t want to use the new one. How can I download it?
    Thank you a lot for helping

  9. hnbyrum
    January 3rd, 2013 at 22:23 | #9

    OMGoodness!!!I have Looked EVERYWHERE for this and have now FINALLY been able to successfully download and install on my much older mac. I deleted it because I never used it in order to save space….now of course, I need it. THANK YOU THANKKKK YOUUU for keeping this up here for folks like me! you rock!

  10. leo
    March 17th, 2013 at 04:58 | #10

    tnks!! you really save my day, I have to do an urgent job and my old mac its a problem, but finally a version that works 🙂 tnks men all the good vibes for you

  11. Carl
    May 3rd, 2013 at 12:27 | #11

    i’im getting a trouble message saying there is missing components when i’m importing a 1080 resolution .mov from my video camera. Any help on this?

  12. Ulf
    May 25th, 2013 at 03:07 | #12

    Thanks a lot – now I can import Clips from my (old school) DV Camcorder like I want them to get imported – and not like Apple want me to import it….

    I missed iMovie 6 🙂

  13. May 27th, 2013 at 18:37 | #13

    You just saved my life!

  14. Jv
    June 8th, 2013 at 02:19 | #14

    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!

  15. Mirjam Hege
    June 16th, 2013 at 13:52 | #15

    Thank you! I’m very happy to have again iMovie HD – really my fav Programm which I unintentionally had erased 🙁
    Can’t thank you enough! Hate iMovie and FinalCutExpress…
    So now I can get creative again.. big smile for you!

  16. Jeff
    June 26th, 2013 at 22:02 | #16

    Thank you! So excited to have found this! Incredibly easy install, thanks for the directions and for providing this in the first place.

  17. July 18th, 2013 at 14:51 | #17

    This will help me with my films on focusfilms!
    tnx!

  18. Robert Martens
    July 19th, 2013 at 02:34 | #18

    useful for archiving old dv tape based projects

  19. Leslie
    July 21st, 2013 at 12:53 | #19

    HUGE thank you!!

  20. Leslie
    July 21st, 2013 at 12:53 | #20

    HUGE THANK YOU!!!

  21. Hendrik Demey
    August 20th, 2013 at 01:04 | #21

    Great service to the community!

  22. Jennifer
    August 23rd, 2013 at 18:27 | #22

    Thanx As I am trying to learn imovie 09, I realize having a copy of 06 is a must and I don’t have access to that disc for my old computer at this time. I can open old project and not loose all the titles and other work I did.

  23. matthew napoleon
    September 17th, 2013 at 14:08 | #23

    Thank you so very much… now if I can only figure out how to get back my photoshop cs3 which I lost when I upgraded my mac to 10.6.8

    If you can help there that would be brilliant

  24. September 26th, 2013 at 10:16 | #24

    thank you!!!! i’ve edited every movie i’ve ever made for my band, rabbit rabbit, on iMovie HD 6… on my husband/partner’s computer. can’t make any artistic sense of the newer ones. and now i have this one on my own computer… thank you!!!

  25. Anne Corthouts
    December 12th, 2013 at 03:04 | #25

    IMovie HD is stille the best program for creative people, all the new once or not decent. One problem: after upgrading to Mavericks my Sony camera with tapes doesn’t work proper anymore, now it is impossible to send your montage back tot the camera, only the sound is recorded.
    I tried the newest version of I movie (version 10) and I movie HD is still the best and most logic to use.

  26. Koenraad Van de Casteele
    December 12th, 2013 at 03:05 | #26

    IMovie HD is stille the best program for creative people, all the new once or not decent. One problem: after upgrading to Mavericks my Sony camera with tapes doesn’t work proper anymore, now it is impossible to send your montage back tot the camera, only the sound is recorded.
    I tried the newest version of I movie (version 10) and I movie HD is still the best and most logic to use.

  27. tf
    December 13th, 2013 at 11:36 | #27

    iMovie is the best for basic apps. Used iMovie 3.0 for over 10 years til my firewire (Fryer-Wire) finally dies in my G4s.

    I use Movie Maker (don’t like it much – who taught these guys how to program??).

    I tried Premiere (way complicated, non-intuitive and non-user friendly – blech!)

    I have Pinnacle Studio 15 (by Avid) and tried it on 4 PCs and it doesn’t work. Boom, Freeze, Crash. Avid of all people! 🙁
    You’re a prince. Thanks for posting this after an otherwise chump situation at Apple.

  28. Chris B.
    December 14th, 2013 at 10:53 | #28

    Sitting in the Apple Store…genius bar. Woopie. You’re the genius!!!! Thank you for this.

  29. seme
    January 4th, 2014 at 09:42 | #29

    hello
    is there any way to install this imovie 6 on osx 10.8.2????

  30. SEMEROCK
    January 4th, 2014 at 09:55 | #30

    PLEASE DISREGARD MY EARLIER QUESTION….

    OMG YOU ARE A LIFESAVER – – – IT WORKED

    I CANNOT THANK YOU ENOUGH FOR MAKING THIS AVAILABLE AND SO EASY…..

    SO THANKFUL, ROBERT

  31. Kent
    January 12th, 2014 at 18:15 | #31

    Huge help, thanks! Had a friend that just bought and older computer and I only could find newer versions of iMovie. I know I had these old versions at one point but I wasn’t smart enough to keep them around. Thanks again.

  32. Akeel Habib
    January 18th, 2014 at 21:45 | #32

    I’ve waited years to get this version, thank you Robert Harder.

  33. watch
    January 19th, 2014 at 19:53 | #33

    THANK YOU.. THAAAAAANK YOU…

  34. emma
    January 22nd, 2014 at 11:04 | #34

    thanks

  35. Ron
    January 22nd, 2014 at 12:03 | #35

    Thanks to the internet and people who share! Thanks Rob!

    R

  36. Zach
    January 25th, 2014 at 15:04 | #36

    Thank you SO MUCH for this. OMG. Thank you. I just tried to open old iMovie projects and almost had a heart attack when I realized iMovie 10 won’t read the file. You’re a life saver.

  37. January 30th, 2014 at 10:36 | #37

    just wanted to confirm that this download does work on mavericks 10.9.1. thanks for the great download.

  38. MGM
    February 5th, 2014 at 13:14 | #38

    How do we address the “iMovieHD can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer”?

  39. February 5th, 2014 at 20:54 | #39

    If you’re getting the Unidentified Developer message on this, or any other app you want to run, you need to right-click or control-click on the app and select Open from the popup menu. When you do that, the same message appears but with different options, and this time you can override and open the app anyway.

  40. James Pannozzi
    February 15th, 2014 at 21:28 | #40

    Many thanks !

    If you know of other great older software that runs under Snow Leopard, especially audio editors or sound synthesizers, please let us know.

  41. Fillon Antoine
    February 19th, 2014 at 06:49 | #41

    Thanks a lot Robert you just saved my day! i tried to use Imovie 9 or 11 and struggled but now thanks to you it’s much easier to make home movies

  42. garrett
    February 22nd, 2014 at 17:26 | #42

    Dude, thank you so FREAKING much. People like you make the world a better place.

  43. March 6th, 2014 at 14:36 | #43

    Hi Robert,
    Thank you for your suggestion for getting IMovie HD 6. I have got it, have imported a Music video of myself, of which I want to get 6 or 7 clips from to use on my website. I’ve selected the seven clips and when I export, I am not getting a good quality video clip. The clip appears small and grainy. What do I do to get a high quality clip? If you can PLEEASEEE give me a step-by-step instruction to achieve this.
    Thanks so much Robert.
    Kind Regards,
    Buddy

  44. imirza
    March 9th, 2014 at 19:59 | #44

    Thanks a million.

  45. March 14th, 2014 at 05:18 | #45

    Thank you so much for providing this invaluable service. Last week, my computer crashed and burned with all my data and software. The Apple store did an ‘erase and reinstall’ and replaced my defunct Snow Leopard operating system with the latest called Maverick. ($250) I also lost valuable software that I discovered Maverick would no longer support…which meant purchasing new!…such as Final Cut Pro. But I was most upset by having lost my beloved iMovie HD (which 6 years ago I had Apple Support send me to replace the then current version of iMovie on my new computer.) I thought I had hit the motherlode when I discovered iMovie HD on your site…but it was not compatible with Maverick. Apple Support told me that after version 10.7, iMovie is no longer compatible. I had Maverick 10.9!… I was devastated! How was I going to work on my many videos? I spoke with an iApps specialist at Apple Support who walked me through an ‘erase and reinstall’ of my previous Snow Leopard operating system 10.6…and my computer accepted your downloaded iMovie. Whew! I want to THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, Robert!

  46. agentmonday
    March 16th, 2014 at 07:15 | #46

    You sir are a genius!!!! Thank you so much. The other version just disappeared on me when I upgrade OS. Not sure how it happened but they want me to fork out now for a terrible version. Thank you again!!

  47. March 17th, 2014 at 13:19 | #47

    Thank you so much for the download. I deleted this by mistake over a year ago , and could not find a movie maker that was this easy , and good to use. I had been uploading straight forward videos to you tube [ Immortaldio ] for all this time since losing this application. Thank you – thank you – Thank you. Brilliant. I hope many more find this , and you get the credit you deserve from all . Best wishes . Shaun.

  48. Dave Farrar
    March 21st, 2014 at 10:36 | #48

    As everyone else has done, I thank you for posting this. I’ve tried the new iMovie and Final Cut, but I always come back to the original iMovie for its simplicity and ease of use. Perfect for simple video projects. Thanks again.

  49. Tom
    March 31st, 2014 at 18:30 | #49

    Thank you so much Robert – this is helping me save so many old iMovie files! Question though: I am running 10.9.2 and want to recover some VERY old “.imovie2project” files. It seems as though these are the only ones I am unable to open through iMovie 6 (HD) that I downloaded here. Any suggestions on how I might recover these movies? (I am not looking to edit or do anything with the movies, just view them and possible export them to .mov format or something more compatible with OS X). Thanks in advance!

  50. Eric M Barach, M.D.
    April 28th, 2014 at 07:48 | #50

    @Robin Michetti Hi, I have an iMac os X 10.8.5 running mountain lion, and I was able to download move 6.0.3 HD and it ran without any problems. Also, I have old gee three transitions that would no longer work on the download, but updated downloads are available from Slick GeeThree site and they also work on mountain lion and 10.8.5

  51. Susi
    May 9th, 2014 at 14:34 | #51

    Hi. I don’t know if you can help me with my problem but I thought I would give it a shot. I recently had to replace my iMac 2006 desktop computer as the hard drive died. I had backed up everything on external hard drive thank goodness. I now have a new iMac late 2009. I am running OS 10.8.5. I have always used and loved the iMovie 6 HD. I am afraid to use the new one as everyone says it is awful… So I just had the computer set itself up from my external hard drive using Time machine. Here is my problem. I can load and edit videos just like before but when I close a project and then reopen it to continue to edit, the scrubber bar and play head are visible but within seconds they disappear. So I can no longer edit using my play head and scrubber bar. I tried re installing iMovie from your download but the same problem happens. Any idea what I am doing wrong? Thank you so much for your time and your help. Peace, Susi

  52. Kim
    May 10th, 2014 at 21:52 | #52

    Won’t work for me…says it can’t open because it is from an unidentified supplier?????????? help???? 🙂

  53. May 11th, 2014 at 08:13 | #53

    @Susi , I’m sorry, but that problem doesn’t sound familiar to me. So it’s only when you reopen a project that it’s messed up? That’s really odd. Sorry I don’t have any ideas. -Rob

  54. May 11th, 2014 at 08:14 | #54

    @Kim , Unidentified Supplier doesn’t sound familiar to me. This happens when you open the DMG file? -Rob

  55. Alex
    May 11th, 2014 at 12:05 | #55

    Thanks! Still using it to this day!

  56. Dirk Decker
    May 11th, 2014 at 19:57 | #56

    Hi Robert,
    whatt is minimum system config for this?
    Is it 10.3.? 10.5?

    I’m looking for a tool to use to capture a bunch of Video 8/Digital 8 tapesusing an old ibook….

  57. Jerry
    May 24th, 2014 at 11:52 | #57

    Is there an on-line (or other) manual for this version of iMovie? I would like to start a project.

  58. cristina
    May 26th, 2014 at 10:33 | #58

    @Kim
    the same happened to me! you have to go to your System Preferences, Security & Privacy and then you’ll see that you probably have an option where it says that you can let apps from anywhere 🙂 click that !! x

  59. Amy
    May 31st, 2014 at 18:23 | #59

    The “Unidentified Supplier” was a setting in my Security Preferences – I went and said open anyway – and presto! THANK YOU for this software – I have been looking ALL day. Works like a dream on my brand new macbook pro w/ retina.

  60. Amy
    May 31st, 2014 at 18:23 | #60

    The “Unidentified Supplier” was a setting in my Security Preferences – I went and said open anyway – and presto!

    @Kim

  61. Anna
    June 20th, 2014 at 15:01 | #61

    Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you!

  62. Nikki
    July 10th, 2014 at 14:48 | #62

    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! U ARE A LIFE SAVER!!!!! Here hugs for you lol! missed this one so much. I hated all of the new versions now I can go back to editing.

  63. Kendra
    October 15th, 2014 at 13:48 | #63

    Thank you thank you THANK YOU! I really cannot thank you enough! I just got a new iMac because my old one died and the new iMovie 10 just…blows. ^^ I missed iMovie HD so so much!
    Thank you for bringing life back to imovie!

  64. October 18th, 2014 at 09:41 | #64

    Thank you so much for this. I have a first gen macbook that I upgraded from Tiger to Snow Leopard a year or two ago, losing iMovie 6 in the process. I hadn’t needed to use iMovie 9 until today when I tried to edit a few promotional clips for a concert tour I’m about to start. After wasting an hour trying and failing to make 9 do what I needed it to do, I checked the internet, found you site, downloaded version 6 and got it done in 20 minutes. A million thanks.

  65. John
    October 21st, 2014 at 13:13 | #65

    Hi, it’s so refreshing to see this link available after all these years. I’ve been searching frantically after upgrading to OS X Yosemite. Do you have any idea if I will be able to download imovie 06/Hd on that software?

  66. Mike
    October 23rd, 2014 at 15:21 | #66

    Hi,
    iMovie version 6 seems to be not compatible with OS X Yosemite.
    Does anyone know how to tackle this problem?

    Thanks
    Mike

  67. Björn
    October 25th, 2014 at 11:54 | #67
  68. October 26th, 2014 at 10:39 | #68

    Bjorn, thank you very much for sharing that video. I was so bummed when I lost iMovie HD 6.0.3 after updating to Yosemite. There doesn’t seam to be any logic to Apple these days. They used to be the best company and now they are just like all the rest. So sad. Thanks again. Cheers, Stinki1

  69. curt cuisine
    November 10th, 2014 at 04:09 | #69

    also a big thanks from austria, you saved my homevideoediting-ass 😉

  70. chirchlady
    November 14th, 2014 at 21:04 | #70

    Oh man, THANK YOU!! My version got corrupted. Blessing to have ability to download another copy of this app.

  71. MikeT
    November 19th, 2014 at 06:05 | #71

    Once you’ve installed it, go to the file as shown in the video (in the MacOS folder) and make an alias of the “iMovie HD” file and put the alias in your Applications folder. This way you don’t have to keep going into it each time you want to use it.

  72. November 27th, 2014 at 02:05 | #72

    Oh my god! Have you got any idea how happy you have made me!!! I’d totally given up on iMovie… this is awesome!

  73. December 1st, 2014 at 20:28 | #73

    @Lee
    I too use iMovie HD on my Macbook pro, and am looking forward to downloading same on my 27″ imac 10.6.8
    Snow Leopard. Then I will have to install all my Gee 3 volumes. Certainly hope I don’t run into any snags…
    Any pointers would be appreciated.
    ronald_wolf@mac.com

  74. December 7th, 2014 at 16:01 | #74

    You rule! Thank you!

  75. Chip Tredo
    December 24th, 2014 at 08:47 | #75

    OK, so I’m not sure if I can explain this well-enough, but here goes…

    I unwittingly used iMovie HD (I believe v.5) and the accompanying iDVD apps I bought off eBay, just to have something to record and edit videos with. These programs, and their “integration” with each other (key element there) have spoiled me.

    I’ve been tripping over newer versions of iMovie and iDVD, as well as other recording/editing/authoring programs for… what… 10 years now?

    I just started piecing together a G4 1.25GHz MDD, to run OS 10.3, in order to run the old versions of iMovie/iDVD.

    Question… does anyone know if there is a “newer” version of iMovie HD (maybe v6, which I haven’t tired) that maintains the relatively simple-to-use editing features of HD (v5), but has an integrated version of iDVD, that will run under something later than OS 10.3, such that I don’t have to go find a “G4 Superdrive”, since iDVD won’t recognize any of my later generation Superdrives (G5 and Mac Pro versions).

    I just like the simplicity of the “Create DVD” button click, and “poof”, type in a few names for chapter markers, and it’s done.

  76. Chip Tredo
    December 24th, 2014 at 08:49 | #76

    OK, so I’m not sure if I can explain this well-enough, but here goes…

    I unwittingly used iMovie HD (I believe v.5) and the accompanying iDVD apps I bought off eBay, just to have something to record and edit videos with. These programs, and their “integration” with each other (key element there) have spoiled me.

    I’ve been tripping over newer versions of iMovie and iDVD, as well as other recording/editing/authoring programs for… what… 10 years now?

    I just started piecing together a G4 1.25GHz MDD, to run OS 10.3, in order to run the old versions of iMovie/iDVD.

    Question… does anyone know if there is a “newer” version of iMovie HD (maybe v6, which I haven’t tired) that maintains the relatively simple-to-use editing features of HD (v5), but has an integrated version of iDVD, that will run under something later than OS 10.3, such that I don’t have to go find a “G4 Superdrive”, since iDVD won’t recognize any of my later generation Superdrives (G5 and Mac Pro versions).

    I just like the simplicity of the “Create DVD” button click, and “poof”, type in a few names for chapter markers, and it’s done.

  77. Chip Tredo
    December 24th, 2014 at 08:51 | #77

    @Chip Tredo
    Hey, can’t seem to delete the 1st version of that long “question”. Reply to this one so I get e-mail notifications if someone does. 😉

  78. Oss
    December 27th, 2014 at 03:51 | #78

    In a word, thanks. I’m generally pro-Apple, although a little too long in the tooth to be a fanboy. What they did with iMovie after version 6 was simply inexplicable.

  79. December 30th, 2014 at 18:49 | #79

    I think Im dreaming! Just this past week i tried to transfer some OLD vhs footage into my iMovie 11 and had a terrible time. I started researching and found that all iMovie versions past iMovie 06 are apparently inferior. From what I’ve read, only iMovie 06 allows the user to import the original footage at full resolution/quality. I am a complete perfectionist, and once I learned this, I knew I had to have iMovie 06 back. ANY loss of quality is simply unacceptable to me. All I can say is THANK YOU!!! I will somehow pay it forward. What a nice New Year’s gift:)

  80. Chip Tredo
    December 30th, 2014 at 19:11 | #80

    @Chip Tredo

    Just a follow up… I completed putting together this old MDD 1.25 GHz running 10.3. Had to get an older “G4 compatible” Superdrive cause the original in the G4 was dead. I have iMovie 5 (“iMovie HD”) running, and iDVD seems to be acting as I would expect it to (can launch iDVD from within iMovie).

    It’s all looking pretty good. Got a GB of RAM for the G4, a PCI eSATA card with an SSD drive to start up from, and a Lightscribe drive installed along with the Superdrive on the IDE buss.

    Time to start editing me some videos…

    Thanks to all in this thread. Merry New Year!!!

    Chip Tredo

  81. Rasik Shah
    January 10th, 2015 at 08:39 | #81

    Thanks a lot for the old version of i Movie HD 6

  82. greg
    January 23rd, 2015 at 12:12 | #82

    This is so helpful..However, after the download, I wasn’t able to open iMovie because I was getting there message-
    “You can’t use this version of the application “imovieHD” with the version of OS X. You have “iMovie HD” 6.0.3….”
    So I watched Bjorn’s video and it worked….but after turning my computer off, it went away. Do I need to follow these steps each time I want to us the old iMovie? How can I get it to stay and be more easily accessible?

  83. January 23rd, 2015 at 22:12 | #83
  84. bob
    January 29th, 2015 at 11:15 | #84

    Do I need to uninstall iMovie 10 in order for iMovie HD 6 to work properly?

  85. Greg
    February 12th, 2015 at 11:12 | #85

    Thanks for much for posting this. Saved my life today!

  86. Matt Scott
    February 23rd, 2015 at 05:01 | #86

    Robert you are a legend!!!!
    Thank you so much

  87. Chip Tredo
    February 23rd, 2015 at 16:26 | #87

    I’ve been using iMovie 5 (HD) for… a decade or more, love it. I’ve bought newer Macs, and have been introduced to versions 8, 9 and 11, and I hate them. Alas… other computer needs have required upgrading the CPU, and the OS. I’ve actually gone and bought an older CPU (the fastest I can get that will still run iMovie v6, a 2.5 GHz G5 DP) simply so I can use iMovie 6. Yeah… I’m a little OCD like that. Anyhoo… 6 is it. Anything after becomes a confusing mess of a program.

  88. February 25th, 2015 at 10:51 | #88

    I don’t think that is necessary.

  89. stefan
    March 3rd, 2015 at 14:47 | #89

    Hm, doesn’t install on my yosemite machine.. The installer from the apple homepage says it’s an update that needs something else installed. honestly, I dont want to install the other DMG from your page as I can not be sure it’s malware or something.

  90. March 3rd, 2015 at 17:30 | #90

    Stefan, I think you’ll _only_ find updates, not fresh installers, on apple.com. That’s why I have this here, but you’re right: you can’t be sure I haven’t added malware to it. This app pre-dates when apple started signing code, I think. Rob

  91. yo lee
    March 31st, 2015 at 14:17 | #91

    Hi
    I’ve followed your instructions but when I try to open iMovie 6.0.3 it comes up with
    “You can’t use this version of the application “iMovie HD” with this version of OS X.” You have “iMovie HD” 6.0.3

    Now what do I do?!!!!

    I tried throwing the version 10 in the trash and emptying it but no go.
    HELP!!!
    This is driving me nuts. (I still have version 8.0.6. )

  92. Joseph mascheratti
    April 4th, 2015 at 10:12 | #92

    yeeeeeessssssss thanks much much awesomeness

  93. Mirosław
    April 8th, 2015 at 04:35 | #93

    You are GREAT !!!!!

  94. Jonathan Hughes
    April 13th, 2015 at 08:10 | #94

    T H A N K Y O U ~ you are a star!!! 🙂

  95. Rondog
    April 19th, 2015 at 12:32 | #95

    Looking at all the response you got, you must have some idea now what utter hero you are by providing us iMovie HD 6!!! I have looked all over to get some audio control back to my video work when changing to iMovie 8. Still her e and now in 2015! What were they thinking at Cupertino by leaving iMovie 6 for iMovie 8?!! Hope them California boys learn from this much non-directed enthusiasm for one single application feature (but I’m affraid they will not….).

  96. slow loose chippings
    April 20th, 2015 at 12:24 | #96

    Life saver, just what I needed,
    thanks

  97. Roberto Olivetti
    May 7th, 2015 at 14:46 | #97

    Thanks a lot 🙂

  98. May 12th, 2015 at 11:51 | #98

    yeah, i agree. for most of the editing jobs imovie 06 is just perfect. There is no quicker handling in any other tool. thank you very much.

  99. ap
    May 12th, 2015 at 13:01 | #99

    You’re a gentleman and a scholar. From the bottom of my digital heart; Thank you.

  100. greatful human
    May 14th, 2015 at 16:18 | #100

    you are a hero among men. I salute you.

  101. c james
    May 21st, 2015 at 04:08 | #101

    Man, you’re a hero!

  102. Robert Russell
    May 26th, 2015 at 08:29 | #102

    Thank you so much! You are a life saver. I truly dislike the new I-movies.

  103. Anthony DeLorenzo
    May 27th, 2015 at 21:42 | #103

    Thanks a million. I’m running an older Mac with 10.6.8, without this I’d be screwed.

  104. sheryl
    May 30th, 2015 at 09:19 | #104

    OH MY GOD! HOW CAN I EVER THANK YOU!!!!!! You soooooooooo just saved me!

  105. Wendy
    June 15th, 2015 at 17:08 | #105

    Thanks, Robert! Obviously you are doing a great service since this thread has been going strong for 5 years, and hopefully Apple continues to turn a blind eye! Bought a refurbished MacBook Pro and really needed this as it has little to no apps on it, and yes, I feel this was the best version of iMovie for user-friendliness and functionality, especially when teaching students basic video editing. Now, any ideas on how I can get iDVD again 😉

  106. June 21st, 2015 at 01:43 | #106

    Yesterday I upgraded to Yosemite, and as forecast iMovie HD, which I have been using since version StoneAge — the best movie editing app ever — did not work. I had not understood all that stuff about opening Terminal, but having watched the video again — whoopee!! Many thanks for a lifesaver!

  107. July 20th, 2015 at 18:17 | #107

    Thank you soooooo much. I hope it works on this piede of crap….

  108. July 21st, 2015 at 09:17 | #108

    Any idea why I keep getting shut-down/quit notices with this
    “Process: iMovie [2122]
    Path: /Users/USER/Desktop/iMovie.app/Contents/MacOS/iMovie
    Identifier: com.apple.iMovie8
    Version: 8.0.6 (821)
    Build Info: iMovieApp-8210000~16
    Code Type: X86 (Native)
    Parent Process: ??? [1]
    Responsible: iMovie [2122]
    User ID: 501

  109. Gawen
    July 26th, 2015 at 14:30 | #109

    @Björn Thank you so much this actually works

  110. Jeff
    July 29th, 2015 at 09:31 | #110

    You, sir, rock the hardest! I somehow lost my iMovie when my hard drive crashed last year and was at a complete loss how to get it back without upgrading to Yosemite, which I refuse to do. This version is so much better anyway. Sometimes Apple is a real carnival huckster, twirling its moustache and cackling maniacally as it watches us hapless marks try to deal with its arbitrary software decisions. Thank you so much!

  111. August 25th, 2015 at 15:59 | #111

    Thank you!!!!

  112. Richard
    October 9th, 2015 at 15:21 | #112

    I started using iMovie 4 and continued through to iMovie HD 6 which I love very much. The reason is that I used to shoot actual film and cut and splice the film to edit movies. This is the way movies were originally made and the way iMovie HD is programed so it is a natural for me to use. The later versions of iMovie make no sense to me so I have resisted using these versions after iMovie HD. This is all well and good except I was continually faced with system upgrades which eventually were not compatible with iMovie HD 6. The lastest OS version compatible with iMovie HD6 is Snow Leopard Version 10.6. For later system versions you can use an external drive, to install Snow Leopard and install iMovie HD 6. I still had the installation disk for Snow Leopard and iLife 6 installation disk which has the iMovie HD 6 version. You can also down load iMovie HD 6 from this site. You will also need to install iDVD version 7.0.2 to burn DVDs. Later versions of iDVD are not compatible with iMovie HD. After all of these are installed on your external drive, you can then start up with your most recent operating system such as Yosemite (10.10.5), turn on your external drive to mount your external drive on your desktop, open system preferences, select Start Up Disk to see your external drive highlighted, select your external drive to restart, then your external drive will restart up with Snow Leopard. I have MacPro with 3 external drives plus time machine because I make and store a lot of movies. I use a 500 MB G-Raid external dedicated exclusively for Snow Leopard, iMovie HD and Ready-Set-Go 7.2 a desk top publishing system that have used for 20 years and is no longer compatible with OS later than Snow Leopard. You should be able to purchase an external hard drive for less than $500 depending on the size. This works better and faster than using an older computer which may not have an optical drive so that you will not be able to burn DVDs. Whenever I want to work on iMovie HD I startup my MacPro, startup my external drive with Snow Leopard and iMovie HD, then restart with my external drive to open iMovie HD. I work on the project and when it is finished, I transfer the project to either of the other external drives for storage. I use the external drive with Snow Leopard only for working and not for storing. If you install iLife 6 you will be prompted to upgrade which will upgrade to the latest versions compatible with Snow Leopard. If you use music from iTunes, you will need to transfer music from your iTunes library to your external drive with Snow Leopard. I have been using method with Snow Leopard, iMovie HD, iDVD and iTunes to use seamlessly. Hope this will work for you.

  113. Valerie
    October 27th, 2015 at 15:57 | #113

    Thank you worked perfectly – love this version. When folks get the window that says it will not open because of the developer – just go in to Preferences – Privacy and change the preference for not allow non – Mac apps. Then set it back after it opens or not.

  114. Phil
    October 28th, 2015 at 18:23 | #114

    Thank you so much. You made my day!

  115. Rolando
    November 1st, 2015 at 00:32 | #115

    Hello everyone I found another alternative that I personally think is the best bc the terminal does not need to be open. Here is the procedure:
    1. Install iMovie HD if it’s not installed yet, there is a link provided on this website.
    2. Open up “Applications” folder. Right click iMovie HD and click on “Show Package Contents” then open “Contents” folder. Then right click “Info.plist” and open with textedit.
    3. Finally look for these two lines:

    CFBundleVersion</key
    6.0.3

    I highly recommend using the find feature (This can be done by holding the command key and while still holding it press f) type:
    CFBundleVersion6.0.3 switch that to
    string>6.0.5

    Exit and your done open up iMovie I’d whenever you want.

    * Yours may say 6.0.4 but should still work.

  116. Warren UMaine
    November 13th, 2015 at 10:42 | #116

    Thank you everyone and lastly Rolando! I just followed those instructions and they worked for a new iMac using 10.11.1 (El Capitan).

  117. Andrew
    November 25th, 2015 at 13:29 | #117

    Thank you for this. I am so glad you made this available, no other version has come close to this version.

  118. Terri
    December 24th, 2015 at 11:40 | #118

    Technical question here….I have iMovie 6 on an old computer I just pulled out. But for some reason (on expert settings) I can get a smooth playback on 320 X 240 (QVGA), but get a sticky playback on 640 X 480 (VGA). For this reason I was only able to make videos the size of a postage stamp back in the day. On a newer computer that died, I was able to export to the larger size with no problem, so I know the problem is with my older computer.

    But the older computer is all I have. The terminal work-around has a lot of problems, so I was hoping to just use my old computer. But I can’t render a larger size file. Does anyone have any ideas? I have no idea why it gets so glitchy with the larger size file on this computer. Frustrated.

  119. December 25th, 2015 at 07:41 | #119

    Sorry, Terri. Not sure what to do about that. There were some tips in the comments here about getting iMovie to run without the Terminal hack, but it amounts to the same thing. If iMovies is coughing on your system, it will do that anyway. =(

  120. Malu
    January 1st, 2016 at 12:12 | #120

    I have an old macbook with the El Capitan, and I installed the iMovie 6 through here, but it says I need to update for an older version so I downloaded the 6.0.3 through the apple site and now it says it can’t update because it doesn’t know the site, what can I do?

  121. Malu
    January 1st, 2016 at 12:21 | #121

    So, I could figure out the “doesn’t know the site” problem, and any ways it still says it’s not compatible 🙁 what can I do?

  122. Terri
    January 2nd, 2016 at 10:32 | #122

    I’m trying this again. The first time I gave it a go, I worked on a trial work project and it crashed. (I have a lot of plug-ins on it.) I would pay for iMovie 6 HD if they made it compatible with the newer operating systems. But I also want Streamclip updated, too! It’s so frustrating not being able to do what I used to do. And the later iMovies are not user friendly. I’ve tried. Timing transitions alone, are a big headache.

  123. January 2nd, 2016 at 11:05 | #123

    @Terri I feel your pain. I wish there was a modernized iMovie (this one, the good one). =(

  124. David
    January 7th, 2016 at 08:52 | #124

    Done what Rolando said and after changing the string to 6.0.5 I try to open up iMovie HD and get this message –

    ‘Your security preferences allow installation of only apps from the Mac App Store and identified developers’

    I’m using 10.10.5 Any ideas on where I’ve gone wrong?

    Dave

  125. David
    January 7th, 2016 at 08:53 | #125

    Done what Rolando said and after changing the string to 6.0.5 I try to open up iMovie HD and get this message –
    ‘Your security preferences allow installation of only apps from the Mac App Store and identified developers’
    I’m using 10.10.5 Any ideas on where I’ve gone wrong?
    Dave

  126. Stewart
    January 11th, 2016 at 23:01 | #126

    Hi Robert,

    Thank you so much for posting this. I downloaded the file, which the icon has a white circle with a line through it and when I open the icon I get this message:

    You can’t use this version of the application “iMovie HD” with this version of OS X.
    You have “iMovie HD” 6.0.3.

    Any idea what to do about that?

  127. January 15th, 2016 at 09:48 | #127

    @Stewart
    Check out this related post on this blog. There are some Yosemite and El Capitan notes there.

  128. Luke
    February 10th, 2016 at 13:27 | #128

    IMovie 11 is to Apple as what “New Coke” was to Coca-Cola.

    The idiot management team at Apple (the idiots who pulled iMovie HD off) have left a bitter taste in the mouths of longtime Apple customers like me, because all the releases of iMovie since then, are TERRIBLE.

  129. Sigve Alsvik
    February 20th, 2016 at 02:35 | #129

    @Rolando
    Thanks Robert and thanks to Rolando! Running iMovie HD 6.0.5 in El Capitan, no problem! Just ignore the bug after creating a New Project, restart the app and then open Existing Project.

  130. CR Gruver
    February 25th, 2016 at 23:28 | #130

    This is a great thread! I too miss iMovieHD like crazy, and it hasn’t worked on my Mac for over a year… thanks to this thread I was able to reinstall and at least have my movies able to play. Unfortunately I still can’t create a new movie, so after some searching I came across a program called VideoPad (NCH Software). I promise I do not work for these guys, but this program reminds me ALOT of the old iMovie, and after a couple hours of learning curve I feel like I’m back in business. I’m still using the free download version and it really worlds great. Again – I’m no salesman but if you’re looking for a simple video editing program like the old iMovie 6, this is a great option.

  131. March 1st, 2016 at 08:11 | #131

    @CR Gruver
    Yes, I use Video Pad too, as well as iMovie X and FCP. I think video pad is OK, but, after about a month it disables some features wanting you to pay. Either way, I love that theres final a somewhat free video editor that’s cross-platform. (Mac and PC)

    Final Cut Pro X is still my favorite.

    Thanks for the iMovie HD download!

  132. JJ
    March 12th, 2016 at 15:38 | #132

    Hi. I can’t drag the file into my applications – it won’t let me?

  133. Marco
    March 13th, 2016 at 03:59 | #133

    Hey, thanks for this.
    I still have 3 G4 processor macs with MacOS 10.4.11 (working better than my new 2012 Intel macs….) and I needed this for camcorder video downloads.
    very precious.

  134. Forest
    March 13th, 2016 at 15:35 | #134

    I bought one of the last boxes of iLife 06 years ago and still have the disc and used it to load HD6 on my then new Snow Leopard Mac. Since then, I have abstained from updating my OS, for fear of losing my beloved HD6 and not being very confident that I could perform these workarounds described here. Would I be able to load HD6 on El Capitan from the iLife disc?

  135. Andrew
    March 27th, 2016 at 12:30 | #135

    Just wanted to say a huge thanks! working as promiesed on a 10.9 box!
    Now to get my slick plugins back!
    Thanks again for this!
    –Andrew

  136. Peter
    April 5th, 2016 at 01:47 | #136

    Huge thank you, Robert, for keeping a legacy application alive. (Still using a G4 under 10.4.11 as my main machine.)
    Regards,
    Peter

  137. Marlboro Man
    April 9th, 2016 at 07:21 | #137

    Unfortunately the download link no longer works :-l

  138. April 9th, 2016 at 10:03 | #138

    @Marlboro Man Huh. Works for me as of 9 Apr 2016. -Rob

  139. Scott
    April 12th, 2016 at 16:22 | #139

    I have spent countless hours trying to “get back” to iMovie 6. I’ve always hated iMovie 7 and wondered why Apple made things more complicated. You are a gem! Thank you for doing this.

  140. EJ
    May 23rd, 2016 at 17:44 | #140

    Thanks. I am new to using iMovie. I have 2 and 5 but figured I should just learn on the best version. Trying to figure out how to make VERY simple youtube vids with black screen and my lyrics in sync with the song?? No luck so far.

    Anyway, I am 30 year vet on Macs but stopped with my 17″ HD PowerBook with 10.4.11 and it seems the The Big Apple Money Ship has left me on the shore regarding compatibility. What started out as a “people’s” computer biz turned into just another greedy, selfish one. Thanks for your help and others out there like Old Version, etc. Believe it or not there was a time one could access just about every software ever made at the Apple site. Ah yes, and gas was 75 cents a gallon too :-))

  141. win
    May 24th, 2016 at 21:54 | #141

    May 25, 2016 and this still works. Awesome, thank you so much. 🙂

  142. Harold Kite
    May 25th, 2016 at 10:22 | #142

    Does anyone have the plug-in or whatever they were called, they included fog, rain and stars and others. I think they were added after the original iMovie came out. I have them on a Power Mac but the motherboard went out and cost to much to fix.

    Any one with copy could you post, they worked great, used at least 4 different times.

    Thanks

  143. THE PITS
    June 5th, 2016 at 18:23 | #143

    Everything went fine until I tried to open the application. I got this message:

    The version of iMovie HD installed on this Mac is not compatible with OS X El Capitan. Download the latest version from the Mac App Store.

    Is HD 6 killed in OS X El Capitan? I sure miss that version, which I used regularly. Never use the new version(s).

  144. July 19th, 2016 at 04:57 | #144

    Thank you so much! This is a game-changer for me because I have struggled and struggled to edit on the later versions of iMovie and absolutely hate them. Version 6 was brilliantly simple and intuitive – so of course they had to go and ruin it. Really glad to find your excellent support here to get back to the iMovie I loved – it will save me literally days! Kind regards, JK

  145. Randy Niles
    August 10th, 2016 at 19:00 | #145

    Thanks a ton. I’ve been a Mac user – and enthusiast – for the past 8 years, so I’m happy to jump back to a simpler, more streamlined app.

  146. Steen
    August 25th, 2016 at 00:13 | #146

    Bummer it’s giving me a 404 Error Code 🙁
    Any advice?

  147. August 25th, 2016 at 05:31 | #147

    @Steen
    Thanks, Steen, I had a typo in the download url. Fixed!

  148. September 6th, 2016 at 10:39 | #148

    Massive lifesaver! I’ve been using my old Mac for media purposes, since it has the trusty old CS4 suite on it. This lets me do even more, even though iMovie HD is a bit dated. Thanks for providing a link when Apple refuses to!

  149. Patrick
    September 8th, 2016 at 13:33 | #149

    Fantastic! Many thanks! This seems to work on my 2006 white MacBook 😀

  150. meg
    September 9th, 2016 at 03:39 | #150

    THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Really lifesaver

  151. Tobin Page
    September 10th, 2016 at 14:23 | #151

    I also dislike the new versions of iMovie. just got this macbook maverick and could not find the iMovie 6, I did great editing with this good old app. I thank you ever so much, you saved my video life.

  152. tubbs
    September 25th, 2016 at 08:30 | #152

    no white balance control killed it for me (

  153. EJ
    September 29th, 2016 at 11:06 | #153

    When I was in the music biz in Hollywood I always had an engineer to do the mixing, etc. Now I am trying to figure out how to put some of my songs on youtube with just a simple black screen and the lyric over the music.

    Startpage got me here for an upgrade from 6.0.3 which I am trying to learn. Thanks so much for the archiving of the application. I am old school (started with a MacPlus made in Ireland 🙂 in the 80’s. Stopped at 10.4.11 on a 17″ HD PB.

    On youtube I have been unable to discover how to work with text. Using the editing button and the music video title is very limiting, either right or left and short sentences.

    I see all these videos of text on the screen and don’t know how to get there. Any suggestions?

  154. nick
    October 9th, 2016 at 21:41 | #154

    im getting an error ” incompatible cpu subtype, Trace/BPT trap” this is on OS X 10.4.11. Any ideas?

  155. Cliff
    October 17th, 2016 at 19:05 | #155

    I loved this version so much! Almost as much as I hate the newer versions.
    I had all but given up on video editing. This download was perfect and I am excited to jump into all the home movies that have been sitting untouched for the past two years. Can’t thank you enough!

  156. cliff
    November 2nd, 2016 at 13:33 | #156

    Anyway to link iTunes library with this version of iMovie on El Capitan?

  157. November 2nd, 2016 at 14:57 | #157

    @cliff
    I haven’t tried linking iTunes and iMovie in a long time, although I know Apple has changed the way developers interact with iTunes. Sad if that connection is lost now.

  158. November 2nd, 2016 at 14:58 | #158

    @nick
    @nick I am not familiar with that “incompatible CPU” error. Sorry.

  159. Kieran
    November 23rd, 2016 at 09:52 | #159

    THANK YOU! I made the mistake of updating when a few errors started reoccurring in my old HD software. Without your link, I would have lost 7 months of hard work. I really wish there was something out there that is free, similar to this software, and runs with little error. It’s unbelievable Apple threw this beauty away. Anyways, thank you.

  160. Forest
    November 23rd, 2016 at 15:13 | #160

    Anyone still running their computer with older OS versions that support iMovie HD6 (Tiger, Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, etc) have another option to preserve it without fear of losing any functionality in HD6 by going to the latest OSX. Get a sufficiently large external hard drive to exceed what you have already filled on your internal drive and use Carbon Copy Cloner to make a bootable copy of your entire hard drive. Then, when you want to work in iMovie, boot up with the external drive.

    Also, if you find you have lost the sounds in iLife Sound Effects, in the Audio pane of your iMHD6, you can still find them on your hard drive and drag that folder to your desktop, from where you can select the sound effect you want and drag it into your movie. Go to Macintosh HD to Library to Apple Loops to Apple to iLife Sound Effects.

  161. Forest
    November 23rd, 2016 at 19:56 | #161

    @cliff
    Your iTunes library should still be there in the audio pane, however, if it is the iLife Sound Effects you are missing, see my post from earlier today.

  162. indrek
    November 28th, 2016 at 13:25 | #162

    hi, thanks alot. one thing – when it starts, it says “Quicktime HD component missing…”. Any ideas, what to do?

  163. Simon
    December 29th, 2016 at 19:28 | #163

    Thank you for posting this. I’ve been struggling with current versions of iMovie. I’ve found that iMovie 6 runs well under macOS Sierra. The only problem I’ve run into is importing a large file created from an analog source (VHS tape). Importing an mp4 file gets converted to a dv file. iMovie occasionally hangs up. When I force quit iMovie, I can usually find the .dv file in the iMovie trash.

  164. Simon
    December 29th, 2016 at 21:38 | #164

    @Simon
    Update…
    When importing large files into iMovie 6, like a file converted from a VHS tape, the system may report that the iMovie application is not responding. If you’re patient, the conversion that iMovie is doing will complete normally.

  165. Dave
    December 30th, 2016 at 14:43 | #165

    Robert – Can I give you a big kiss? Pay you something for your efforts? Sweep your floors? I always loved iMovie 6, and could not understand or work with any “improved” version that came after it. I’ve tried and tried but have not found any acceptable alternative that is as easy to use. Wanting to transfer my old miniDV tapes to my computer, I just spent four hours trying to import a 3-minute clip into the newest iMovie. The dang thing kept chopping up everything into individual clips and placing them out of sequence in the Events window, just to make it even more confusing and difficult. It’s about as counter-intuitive as anything I’ve ever seen. Thanks for nothing, Apple.

    Found this site, and downloaded iMovie 6 onto my old MacBook Pro that’s running El Capitan. Based on things I had read elsewhere, I was expecting to have to hack something in order to get it to run, if it would run at all. I held my breath and launched it. When I saw that old familiar opening splash screen pop up, I just about cried. I jumped out of my chair and fist pumped. Yes!!!!! It works FLAWLESSLY on El Capitan. Unbelievable. I can’t possibly express my gratitude. Thank you for making this old man’s day!

  166. December 30th, 2016 at 16:43 | #166

    @Dave LOL. I’ll just take the thanks. Happy New Year, everyone!

  167. spencer
    January 5th, 2017 at 14:36 | #167

    Not surprised to find lots of other users who love imovie HD and hate the more recent versions. I am returning to imovie HD to try again to export some holiday movies I did back in 2007 – now the old imac is on its last legs, I don’t wont to lose them and have re-discovered the reason I did’nt get them off originally and only ever watched in imovie – How do you export without a massive loss in quality? going via the share/quicktime/best quality route, the result is still poor compared to the original. Any good tips out there? Thanks Robert for keeping the flame alive. I still have not found a better editor – just got to sort the exports!

  168. Forest
    January 5th, 2017 at 15:52 | #168

    spencer :
    Not surprised to find lots of other users who love imovie HD and hate the more recent versions. I am returning to imovie HD to try again to export some holiday movies I did back in 2007 – now the old imac is on its last legs, I don’t wont to lose them and have re-discovered the reason I did’nt get them off originally and only ever watched in imovie – How do you export without a massive loss in quality? going via the share/quicktime/best quality route, the result is still poor compared to the original. Any good tips out there? Thanks Robert for keeping the flame alive. I still have not found a better editor – just got to sort the exports!

    If you are wanting to take your movies from the old iMac to a newer model, you could share them back to your video camera, from which you load them onto the new iMac. Preferably you want to share back with a miniDV, or tape format cam, which should make your new video lossless.

  169. January 5th, 2017 at 16:13 | #169

    Hey folks, it has been months now with no reply to me asking for help #153 ??

    Would appreciate some tutoring.

    Thanks

  170. Forest
    January 5th, 2017 at 17:28 | #170

    EJ :
    Hey folks, it has been months now with no reply to me asking for help #153 ??
    Would appreciate some tutoring.
    Thanks

    @EJ

    Why don’t you do all the editing, text, music in iMovie and then upload the finished product to YouTube?

  171. Connie L
    January 7th, 2017 at 22:49 | #171

    Thank you thank you thank you!!!!!!!!!
    I despise all the later iMOvies. They have no finesse. I had to hang on to my old computer just to run iMovie 6.
    If you have an old photo shop that will work I will be forever in your debt.

  172. January 11th, 2017 at 15:06 | #172

    @Forest @EJ, I agree with Forest. Rather than use Youtube’s text tools you could simply make the text actually part of the rendered video and upload that. Still sounds kind of painful though.

  173. January 11th, 2017 at 23:33 | #173

    @Connie L
    Well, that’s the point. I know nothing of youtube’s tools. I am trying to figure out how to do one simple thing. I want to be able to put my lyrics on a black screen in sync with my songs. When I try the text is limited to just titles with a small window for seeing them.

    I see videos all the time with text all over yhe screen in different fonts and points. Can this be done with iMovie?

    Thanks

  174. January 11th, 2017 at 23:35 | #174

    Sorry Connie, went to the wrong reply button. Oh yeah, do you want apps for 9.2.2 or OSX?

  175. Dale
    January 13th, 2017 at 03:56 | #175

    What a lifesaver,,,,thank you so much for keeping this available. You rock!!!

  176. January 22nd, 2017 at 12:35 | #176

    Thanks. I missed the older version. So much easier to manage.

  177. January 22nd, 2017 at 16:39 | #177

    Robert,
    Please. Just need a little help on how to put full screen text (my lyrics) on a black screen to put on youtube. I’m not as hip or current about other choices.

    I am on a 17″ Powerbook with OSX 10.4.11.

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