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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4 Apps
To patch iMovie '09 so that it will run on a PowerPC G4, Control-click on iMovie and pick Show Package Contents from the pop-up menu. In the new window that appears, navigate into Contents » MacOS. Now you'll need a hex editor such as the free HexEdit; once you have that, edit the file iMovie in the MacOS folder.

Use the File » Go To Address function in HexEdit to go to the following addresses, and replace each existing entry at those addresses (7C 08 02 A6) with 4E 80 00 20. The addresses are 15fb9c, 15fc7c, and 15fe00.

What you're doing here is replacing the PowerPC instruction for mflr r0, which basically initializes the stack for the called function, with blr, which essentially causes the called function to always return, voiding the purpose of the function. So when the function is the PowerPC check, you've essentially patched your way around it.

When done, save the file and quit HexEdit, and iMovie '09 should launch on your G4.

[robg adds: I haven't tested this one.]
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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: schoschie on Feb 04, '09 09:05:49AM

This is crazy! A real old-school hack. I tip my hat.

And I'm wondering – is Apple checking for PowerPC platform in iMovie 09 because it uses code that is specific to Intel and won't compile on PPC, or – so that iMovie simply won't run on PPC, no matter what, just so that more people are forced to upgrade to Intel Macs?

The former would be expected, but I distrust large corporations enough that I wouldn't be surprised if it was the latter.



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: Typhoon14 on Feb 04, '09 09:19:40AM

iMovie 09 does not require an intel Mac, it simply requires a fast PowerPC. Specifically, a G5 of a least 1.5 ghz. In other words, the check is there simply to prevent it from being run on old systems where performance is going to be very subpar.



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: momerath on Feb 04, '09 07:20:17PM
Just a suggestion: I find <a href="http://ridiculousfish.com/hexfiend/">Hex Fiend</a> to be the hex editor of choice. It handles large files much more quickly and gracefully.

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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: r0n on Feb 04, '09 11:50:47PM
Good one, I was using 0xED ;)
http://www.suavetech.com/0xed/0xed.html


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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: Franco on Dec 19, '09 03:08:51PM

When using 0xED, be sure to set it in "overwrite" mode, and select "big endian", otherwise iMovie will crash upon launch after saving.

When I downloaded and installed 0xED, this was *not* the default setting.



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: TomStockwell on Mar 13, '09 08:52:34PM

Hi, I'm disparate to use your technique to get iMovie on my G4. I'm new to what your describing so I need some more help. In your instructions it seemed like you were saying that I should go ahead and do the install of the iMovie App first and then do the edit (of MacOS>iMovie) in Hex Fiend. However I couldn't see the file once it was installed. I could however drill down to the file and open it by extracting it, using Pacifist, to my desktop and then editing it in Hex Fiend. However Hex Fiend only had a "find" function and I couldn't find the three number combination you said to look for.

What am I doing wrong???? Please Help! Thanks! -t



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: sgalliver on Feb 05, '09 09:13:14AM

Great hint. Now, how about a hint on installing iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4 in the first place, for those of us without (easy) access to a newer Mac? :-) (The iLife '09 installer won't install iMovie on unsupported hardware.)

Many thanks.



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: SSM on Feb 05, '09 10:34:57AM

I have the same question - How DO you install iMovie 09 on a G4?!?!?!?!?!?



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: SSM on Feb 05, '09 07:43:18PM
Update - I did some snooping online. Download and install Pacifist <http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/12743>;
This will let you open the iLife install package from the disc and install iMovie, bypassing the normal MacOS installation process that checks versions. Then (BEFORE YOU OPEN iMove!!!) make the changes described in the original post.

Just got don doing this on my 1.67 GHz Powerbook G4, and it works beautifully. iMovie takes about 30 seconds to load (perhaps a bit longer than it should normally) but I have full functionality after that!!!



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: TomStockwell on Mar 13, '09 09:11:26PM

I just went back through the hex data again and was able to find: 15fb90 15fc70 and 15fe00 with 7C 08 02 A6 in one of the fields so I edited those to read: 4E 80 00 20, but I can't figure out how to get it back in the install folder.... t



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: VirtualWolf on Feb 08, '09 03:43:34PM

Any chance of a similar hack for GarageBand so we can download lessons from within the app on PPC? :D



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: baconismidog on Feb 11, '09 11:39:45PM
Here is what I do for Garageband lessons

US instructions for downloading the next 9 free lessons:

IMPORTANT! Each time you don this -> make sure GarageBand is closed by choosing Quit from the menu or hitting ctrl-Q from Garageband.

Go to this link using Safari (not Firefox for this one guys...)

http://store.apple.com/us/lessons/home

Click "Download on the free lesson you want. You will see a bit of spin and then GarageBand will initialize. Choose download. You will then see the "Learn to play" error message but don't worry - it is downloading. You can verify that it is downloading by trying to close GarageBand - it will notify you if you continue you will cancel the download.

These can be big, so be patient. When it is finished, you can then go here:

/Macintosh HD/Library/Application Support/GarageBand/Learn To Play/

and see your new lesson!!!

Close GarageBand (imporant!) and repeat until you have all the lessons.


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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G5 1.8ghz
Authored by: Idntknow5572 on Feb 12, '09 11:42:11AM

I have an 1.8Ghz G5 Imac. Apple claims you need at least a 1.9 mhz G5 to run Imovie 09, but I read on this forum that you can run Imovie on slower machines by editing the code. Does Imovie install on my g5 without having to edit someting or do i really need the Hexedit?
I'm a Mac newbie so i hope somebody can help me figure this out before I decide to buy it and maybe spend a lot of money on an application that doesn't work anyway (Imovie is the main reason for buying Ilife).

Thanks,
Danny



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: wakeum13 on Mar 04, '09 10:16:35AM

I tried this out end everything works perfectly on my 1.67 GHz Powerbook G4 except I can't export movies to my MobileMe gallery. I am logged on in the system preferences but still no go. Any suggestions?



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Run iMovie '09 (8.0.1) on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: mmhappy on Mar 27, '09 12:57:01AM

Does anyone try this hack on iMovie 8.0.1?



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Run iMovie '09 (8.0.1) on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: RunAway on Mar 27, '09 06:37:18AM

Hi, for iMovie 8.0.1 you have to use new offsets with same procedure.
So here new "magic" addresses:
162ff4: 4E 80 00 20
162e70: 4E 80 00 20
162d90: 4E 80 00 20



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Run iMovie '09 (8.0.1) on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: mmhappy on Mar 27, '09 06:48:27AM

Thank you RunAway, works great on my PB G4 @1.5 Ghz!



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Run iMovie '09 (8.0.1) on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: tonynickles on Mar 29, '09 10:51:12PM

Yes I updated to 8.0.1, but I had to reinstall/replace "imovie" exec file in the imovie 09 app. and all was great...even runs faster....but there is a glitch.....can export NOTHING! Can any one help or make a hack for 8.0.1? Powerbook g4 1.67 1.5 ram



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: Krystalec on Apr 09, '09 09:48:32PM

Hi!... I have a 1.67GHz Powerbook G4 and I have tried the installation suggestions listed in this thread for iMovie 09. However after I apply all of it -- then save and close my Hexeditor and try to open iMovie 09.....I keep getting a small window that states "iMovie has unexpectedly quit"....they I try to relaunch and the same error keeps appearing over and over again.

I tried re-installing the software and trying agin...but the same window keeps appearing.

What should I do?... Any suggestions?...



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Run iMovie '09 (8.0.2) on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: mmhappy on Apr 14, '09 09:49:20PM

RunAway, did you try the patch to iMovie 8.0.2? Thank you!



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Run iMovie '09 (8.0.2) on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: RunAway on Apr 15, '09 04:25:52AM
Yep, and the magic number are....
162f84: 4E 80 00 20
162e00: 4E 80 00 20
162d20: 4E 80 00 20
ta daan! (same procedure as for other versions, same results)

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Run iMovie '09 (8.0.2) on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: mmhappy on Apr 15, '09 10:54:48AM

You did the hack! Thanks a lot!



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??????
Authored by: stewartfan on Apr 17, '09 07:13:24PM

I tried this so many times and no dice...PLEASE HELP!!!



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??????
Authored by: palahala on Apr 18, '09 05:21:54AM

Seriously, what kind of response do you expect?

(what did you try, what went well, what did not, what errors do you get, what's your exact machine configuration, ...)



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: ipcray on Apr 24, '09 10:46:00AM

Please!!!!

Does anyone have the addresses and changes for the final version of imovie '08 (7.1.4)?

On late powerbooks like mine it was supposed to be excellent after the workaround.

I dont own 09 yet.....

Thanks in advance for any help!

PS- the old teksanity link seems to be gone.



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: mmhappy on Jun 05, '09 05:22:33AM
This is the link to download from teksanity:

http://www.teksanity.com/iMovie/iMovie_08_on_G4/Downloads.html

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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: mmhappy on Jun 05, '09 06:01:31AM

Is the hack still functional with iMovie 8.0.3? Thanks in advance!



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Run iMovie '09 (8.0.3) on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: mmhappy on Jun 06, '09 10:16:50PM

RunAway, did you patch iMovie 8.0.3? Thanks in advance!



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Run iMovie '09 (8.0.3) on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: mmhappy on Jun 20, '09 05:54:53AM

Anyway, the hack for iMovie 8.0.3 is:

Position: New value

16bf0c: 4E 80 00 20
16bcec: 4E 80 00 20
16bc0c: 4E 80 00 20



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: lenavo on Jun 21, '09 09:53:30AM

Thanks for this trick. I did it and iMovie opened in my PowerBook G4 1,67Ghz under OSX 10.5.7. However before each opening a window opens and says (in French sorry!)
"Composant QuickTime manquant
Le composant QuickTime nécessaire à l'affichage, l'édition, l'importation et l'exportation de films haute définition n'est pas installé. Il est intégré au programme d'installation d'iMovie ; veuillez le réinstaller."
That means:
"Component QuickTime missing
The component QuickTime needed for display, editing, import and esport of high resolution movies definition is not installed. It is integrated in the installation program of iMovie; please reinstall it."
I was supposing that it was the Library/QuickTime/AppleMPEG2Codec.component which is on the iMovie package and I copied it in my root/library. But I still have teh same message. I opened an old file .mov and it was recognised and loaded.
Before to go farther, is it another way to treat this problem ?



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Run iMovie '09 (8.0.4) on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: mmhappy on Jul 18, '09 12:48:55AM

For iMovie 8.0.4:

• Position: New value
• 16bd38: 4E 80 00 20
• 16bb18: 4E 80 00 20
• 16ba38: 4E 80 00 20



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No hex editing needed!
Authored by: IvanQ on Aug 23, '09 06:51:24PM

It's possible to install iMovie '09 the official way (without Pacifist), and to run it without any hex-editing.

(1) To install: You just need to edit one file inside the iLife '09 metapackage-- inside the text file iLife '09.mpkg/Contents/Distribution.dist, find the function hasSufficientHardwareForiMovie and add the line return true; at the top. (Of course, you need to first copy the whole iLife package to your hard disk so that you can actually rewrite this file. You can get away with using symbolic links cleverly to avoid actually copying the big files.)

(2) To run: I found a secret user-default setting inside the executable-- it turns out all you need to do is execute (in Terminal)

defaults write NSGlobalDomain allowG4Launch -bool YES

and iMovie will start. (I figured this out with the help of machodis and the hex addresses posted here. Machodis rocks, by the way-- it shows you all the strings involved in Objective-C function calls.)

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No hex editing needed!
Authored by: Steve Hoge on Aug 28, '09 10:50:45AM

OK, this succinct solution ought to be advanced to the status of an official Hint!



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No hex editing needed!
Authored by: joelseph on Sep 28, '09 06:15:58PM

IvanQ,
You have earned the official title of Mac Man of the Hour for posting this hint. I wish I had found it a month ago when you first posted it. If you lived next door, I'd bring you a tray of chocolate cookies right out of mom's oven.

Kudos and thanks!



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No hex editing needed!
Authored by: Sven G on Oct 14, '09 04:14:44AM

The "defaults write" trick (which only works for the current user, so it must also be repeated one time in other user accounts), however, only seems to work if you have a Core Image-compatible video card: for example, on a year 2005 iBook G4 it works as expected (iMovie launches without any complaints), while on a year 2000 Power Mac G4 (upgraded) with an older Radeon 9000 card there still pops up a message saying that a Core Image-compatible video card is needed.

So, it looks like hex-editing the iMovie executable is still needed for such systems.

Now, waiting for the new 8.0.5 offsets... ;-) :-)



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No hex editing needed!
Authored by: Rangoon on May 08, '11 04:53:52PM

Sorry if this sounds dense, but how do I access the file in the metapackage in order to edit it? I have tried copying the iLife 09 package over to my hard drive, but when I launch it it just tries to install iLife, and tells me it won't install iDVD.

I have a PowerBook G4 1.5GHz. How can I unpack this without launching it?

Thanks!



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No hex editing needed!
Authored by: everkleer80 on May 10, '11 10:16:01AM

Right click and choose Show Package Contents should do it.



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: linzio on Oct 14, '09 01:45:55AM

These addresses seem to be missing in recent iMovie (installed Aug '09)
Anyone have any ideas re correct locations and replacement values?
Cheers



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Run iMovie '09 (8.0.5) on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: mmhappy on Oct 14, '09 04:02:12PM

Manual patch for iMovie 8.0.5:

Position: New value

16c584: 4E 80 00 20
16c364: 4E 80 00 20
16c284: 4E 80 00 20



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: rampage on Dec 03, '09 02:59:17PM

On Feb 4, someone posts that you need a G5 of a least 1.5 ghz.
Then, On Feb 12, someone posts that you need at least a 1.9ghz chip.
After reading the specs again at apple store, imovie 09 can run on a 1.9ghz imac, but if you have a powermac you need dual 2.0 ghz processors..
That seems like bs. How can it run on a single 1.9 ghz but not a dual 1.8 ghz... It does seem like they are trying to force people to intel architecture...
This is a good post, I was going to spend $80 to get ilife '09 so I could have a version of imovie that will import AVCHD lite video from a new camera I am thinking of buying... But if apple is bumping up the requirements just to force people to buy new macs, I think I will look for the software somewhere else besides apple store...

Edited on Dec 03, '09 03:02:33PM by rampage



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Doesn't work for me at all (help)
Authored by: Kapila on Jan 07, '10 06:02:08AM
I installed iMovie 09 and HexEdit, etc.. on my G4 Powerbook but the addresses given simply don't have the values 7C 08 02 A6 at them.

What I see when I use Go To Address is:
15FB90: FF 80 68 00 | 40 9E 00 40 | 88 01 00 5B | 2F 80 00 00
What am I doing wrong?

(I tried just replacing the values at the addresses with 4E 80 00 20 anyway, but this didn't work)

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Doesn't work for me at all (help)
Authored by: calbruin on Mar 17, '10 01:55:05AM

Try editing/hacking before you install.
Here is what to do.
1. Remove the installed iMovie app; try using AppZapper to do it.
2. Make changes to the package. Open/Extract using Pacifist.
3. Copy iMovie file within MacOS folder.
4. Make changes to copy of iMovie file using something like HexEdit.
5. Replace the original iMovie file within the MacOS folder with the edited/hacked copy.
6. If need, then change the edit/hacked copy "iMovie~" to just "iMovie".
7. Close folder and run iMovie.app
8. Wait and wait for takes a while to open, but you should not see the alert and the app will open.



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Doesn't work for me at all (help)
Authored by: calbruin on Mar 18, '10 09:39:07PM

Correction.

This trick only works for the earlier versions of iMovie '09.

If you update or have a more recent version, then this hexing trick will not work.

I learned this after making the error of updating iMovie during a routine Software Update.
I went to open my hacked iMovie and ran into the same problem.
I went re-hacking assuming something bizarre happened to lose my hack.
I found the same lines at the address and realized this was not the same file.
Then it dawned on my that the update crippled my hack.

You need an earlier version of iMovie '09 to apply this hexing code trick.



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: pmbruning on Jan 23, '10 04:33:33PM

I did it! This took me a couple of days to figure out because I've never hacked anything and I am no "Genius." But finally, after downloading with Pacifist, and editing with Hex Fiend (HexEdit didn't open for me), iMovie opened on my iBook G4 with 1.2 GHz PPC running OS 10.5.8.

Thank you for your awesome hints!



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: simcctv on Jan 25, '10 05:17:21AM

Fantastic&#65292;imovie run on my PPC now. I have question here do u happen to know how to locate the address of changed hex?



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: simcctv on Jan 25, '10 05:18:40AM

Fantastic,imovie run on my PPC now. I have question here do u happen to know how to locate the address of changed hex?

Edited on Jan 25, '10 05:19:10AM by simcctv



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: Sven G on Apr 01, '10 01:37:45AM

Here are the new offsets for the latest iMovie (version 8.0.6):

Position: New value

16c568: 4E 80 00 20
16c348: 4E 80 00 20
16c268: 4E 80 00 20

See also:

http://www.xlr8yourmac.com/feedback/iLife09_user_feedback_tips.html#imovie_G4_patch



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: hangdog on Apr 14, '10 06:52:42PM

I applied the new patches to 8.0.6 and got iMovie stuck on the spinner. Looking in the Console revealed the following complaints:


4/14/10 8:17:59 PM kernel CODE SIGNING: cs_invalid_page(0x16c000): p=28930[iMovie] clearing CS_VALID
4/14/10 8:18:35 PM iMovie[28930] *** +[NSCFString cancelUserAttentionRequest:]: unrecognized selector sent to class 0xa044347c
4/14/10 8:18:36 PM iMovie[28930] Cannot remove an observer for the key path "writeableValidVolumes" from because it is not registered as an observer.

Code signing? Are our days of patching iMovie over? Or did I just get the patch wrong?

This is on 10.5.8, MCC Dual G4 1.25.



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: Sven G on Apr 17, '10 03:42:32AM

Personally, I applied the patch on an iBook G4, and it worked as usual.

You could always try to apply the patch again...



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: 4am on Jul 23, '10 04:45:12PM

If you screw up and you didn't make a backup copy, or you are like me and have updated iMovie several times without running it and your backup copy is old, you can get Software Update to re-install the latest version by editing the verison.plist file (in the "Contents" folder when you first do Show Package Contents) and changing the version number to a lower one.



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: lisanemo2000 on Sep 11, '10 12:19:06AM

Help....I have a 15" Aluminum PowerPC running Leopard OS X 10.5.8 I installed iMovie 07....do U know what addresses I could look for & what hex text I would replace....Please Help!! THANKS!



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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: archstud on Mar 26, '12 01:40:15PM
First, let me say thank you for the help and time people have invested in this!

Step one read through all the posts before you do anything!

Step two read through the posts again!

These are the steps that worked on my iBook G4 1.42 GHz with 1.5 GB Ram and OSX 10.5.8

1) I followed SSM's post about downloading Pacifist to allow you to install the packages first from a DMG of iLife 09 which I already had on my system.

2) Do not run iMovie

3) Download Hexedit and install the program.

4) Follow RunAway's original instructions "Use the File » Go To Address function in HexEdit to go to the following addresses, and replace each existing entry at those addresses (7C 08 02 A6) with 4E 80 00 20. The addresses are 15fb9c, 15fc7c, and 15fe00".

5) Now, this is where I spent a night figuring out what the issue was. I saved the file I had edited and ended up with a 'iMovie~' beneath the original 'iMovie' file in the MacOS folder mentioned in the original posting. I deleted the original file, and dropped the '~' symbol from the name of the new file... when I closed Hexedit and tried clicking on iMovie in my Applications folder I kept receiving the error that I needed a G5 or faster processor.

To fix this I thought I had made a mistake somewhere so I erased iMovie fully from my system and re-installed and tried it all over again (did this twice) and still had the same issue!

6) Solution that worked for me. When I save the edited file, I clicked "save as" and dropped the newly edited file onto my desktop. This file did not have the '~' symbol so I then deleted the original 'iMovie' file from its folder (as stated in RunAway's original post - iMovie icon » Right click » show package contents » Contents » MacOS).

I then dragged and dropped the new 'iMovie' file from the desktop to that folder and closed the folder. I then crossed my fingers and clicked the iMovie App icon from my applications folder... and within 15 seconds I had iMovie up and running!

I figured out that before I chose 'save as' the file was making a new copy of itself without saving the changes in Hexedit. Do not use 'save' once you have edited the file, use the 'save as' and save to a new location to then be dragged over.

Thank you, and I hope this helps someone else :)

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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: archstud on Mar 27, '12 12:08:28PM
Followup

I did the software update for the iLife components and found that the iMovie version I had was iMovie 09 software version 8.0.0 and this hack worked. When I updated it automatically updated me to iMovie 09 software version 8.0.6 and when I added the new address changes in Hexedit iMovie would then crash.

To fix this I reinstalled iMovie, did the mentioned steps above, and then for software updates for iMovie I disabled them in 'Software Update...'. I may not have iMovie09 software version 8.0.6 but at least I have iMovie 09 software version 8.0.0 working!

Cheers, and thanks again to everyone who was involved in figuring this out!

:)

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Run iMovie '09 on a PowerPC G4
Authored by: Akasha on Jun 05, '12 11:43:36AM

Hello.
I am a new Mac user and I want to be able to use imovie on my g4 ibook.
I have tried all the steps, but I can't seem to find these codes anywhere. I think I have the 8.0.6 version of imovie.

Please help!

Thanks






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