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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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