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iLife_03_DVD.dmg_.zip (1.57 GB)
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iLife_04_DVD.dmg_.zip (2.99 GB)
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iLife05-CD.toast_.sit (182.11 MB)
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iLife05.dmg_.zip (3.55 GB)
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iLife06.dmg_.zip (6.12 GB)
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ilife08.dmg_.zip (3.53 GB)
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iLife_09_Install_DVD.dmg_.zip (4.36 GB)
For Mac OS X
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

iLife ’03 requirements

Hardware

Macintosh computer with PowerPC G3 or G4 processor.

256MB of physical RAM.

2GB disk space required to install iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, and iDVD (Apple SuperDrive required for iDVD) or 250MB disk space to install iTunes, iPhoto, and iMovie only.

Software

Mac OS X v10.1.5 or later (Mac OS X v10.2.2 or later recommended).

iLife ’04 requirements

Hardware

Macintosh computer with a PowerPC G3, G4 or G5 processor

600MHz G3 or faster required for GarageBand

G4 or faster required for GarageBand software instruments

733MHz G4 or faster required for iDVD

256MB of physical RAM

4.3GB of disk space required to install GarageBand, iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie and iDVD; or 250MB to install iTunes, iPhoto and iMovie only.

Software

Mac OS X v10.2.6 or later (Mac OS X v10.2.8 or later recommended)

iLife ’05 requirements

Hardware

Macintosh computer with a PowerPC G3 (400MHz or faster), G4, or G5 processor

600MHz G3 or faster required for GarageBand

G4 or G5 required for GarageBand software instruments and advanced photo editing in iPhoto 5

733MHz G4 or faster required for iDVD

1GHz G4 or faster required to use HD features of iMovie HD

256MB of physical RAM (512MB recommended)

512MB RAM required to use HD features of iMovie HD

4.3GB of disk space required to install GarageBand, iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie and iDVD; or 250MB to install iTunes, iPhoto and iMovie only

Software

Mac OS X v10.3.4 or later

Mac OS X v10.3.6 or later required to use HD features of iMovie HD

Mac OS X v10.3.6 or later required to work with RAW photos (iPhoto 5)

iLife ’06 requirements

Hardware

Macintosh computer with a PowerPC G4, PowerPC G5, or Intel Core processor.

iDVD requires a 733MHz or faster processor.

256MB of RAM, 512MB recommended

10GB of available disk space

Software

Mac OS X v10.3.9 or v10.4.3 or later; v10.4.4 recommended

iTunes 6.0.2 and QuickTime 7.0.4 (included)

iLife ’08 requirements

Hardware

Mac computer with an Intel, PowerPC G5, or PowerPC G4 processor.

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).

iDVD requires a 733MHz or faster processor.

512MB of RAM; 1GB recommended. High-definition video requires at least 1GB of RAM.

3GB of available disk space

Software

Mac OS X v10.4.9 or later

QuickTime 7.2 or later

iLife ’09 requirements

Hardware

Mac computer with an Intel, PowerPC G5, or PowerPC G4 (867MHz or faster) processor. 

iMovie requires an Intel-based Mac, Power Mac G5 (dual 2.0GHz or faster), or iMac G5 (1.9GHz or faster)

GarageBand Learn to Play requires an Intel-based Mac with a dual-core processor or better.

512MB of RAM; 1GB recommended. High-definition video requires at least 1GB of RAM.

4GB of disk space

Software

Mac OS X 10.5.6 or later 

QuickTime 7.5.5 or later (included)

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC PPC (Carbonized) x86 (Intel:Mac)

Mac OS X 10.1.5 - 10.5.6

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davisdelo's picture
by davisdelo - 2019, May 23 - 11:26pm

I added iLife 09 and system requirements for all the posted versions. Hopefully that helps people choose the best version for their system.

SkyCapt's picture
by SkyCapt - 2019, July 12 - 12:50am

iLife '08 is poison on my PowerMac G4 Tiger, it drags down my (most excellent) video generation by introducing a parasitic level of "integration" throughout the OS and background process activity. Even if the apps are never launched, simply installing iLife '08 was a drag often with no way to uninstall other than to restore a backup boot. Sometimes, after finding what looked like a good install, it took a delayed reaction approach to slowing me down. Twice a whole week went by looking good and then bam, back to sludge video as if a switch was thrown.

But I win again. My PowerMac now got the best video gen ever and iLife '08 running on it, by using Tiger v10.4.8 which isn't Tiger's highest. I'm sick of OSX 10.4.9 thru 10.4.11 (which happens to be the iLife'08 declared minimum). I've gone back to 10.4.8 as my main OS because three new tricks I recently found make 10.4.8 more appealing, and it turns out I can run iLife'08 on OS 10.4.8 without inheriting molasses video.

The very first iLife'08 (all apps versions x.0) can be forcibly installed on OSX 10.4.8 - but, most UPDATES to the apps will make the computer slower, whether 10.4.8 or 10.4.11 the iLife'08 app updates piss me off and most updates really do require OS 10.4.9 which relates to why they go slower in the first place. The exception is "iWeb" I can update to its highest iWeb v2.0.4 and still run it in OSX 10.4.8 all fast as sin.

I had to customize a lot. I created my own iLife'08 install image by editing one (for Tiger) which installs GarageBand 4.0.0, iDVD 7.0.0, iWeb 2.0.0 and I (properly) replaced its iPhoto v7 with v6.0.5 and I replaced its iMovie v7 with v6.0.3 - look at the sys req iLife'08 says iMovie v7 cannot run on any G4! iMovie v7 won't launch G4, smh.

iPhoto v7.0.1 &up require OS 10.4.9 and won't launch in OS 10.4.8 - dunno about v7.0.0 so, I adopted iPhoto v6.0.5 and tested that the update to v6.0.6 was another drag, so I'm thinking iPhoto v6.0.5 is where I stay. Also, every version of iPhoto v6-v7 installs a molasses-making file "/Library/Internet Plug-Ins/iPhotoPhotocast.plugin" that I can simply erase it and reboot and get back up to speed.

For reference, my iTunes version is 6.0.4

sfp1954's picture
by sfp1954 - 2018, October 28 - 10:09pm

Older version of those programs are probably 32 bit and have a 4GB limit.
There may be 64 bit versions available.

NicePics13's picture
by NicePics13 - 2018, October 28 - 3:32pm

Aah.. that was it, been using The Unarchiver and regular unzip in the console. Why did these tools not work?

sfp1954's picture
by sfp1954 - 2018, October 27 - 6:46pm

What are you using to unzip? Cannot use any 3rd party packages due to the size of the image.
Must use OSX built in decompress. If you have set a 3rd party piece of software as your default un-zipper (.zip extensions) you need to set it back to Apple's "Archive Utility" via a Get Info on the .zip file.

NicePics13's picture
by NicePics13 - 2018, October 27 - 6:32pm

iLife06.dmg_.zip - neither a DMG ("not recognized") nor a ZIP ("End-of-central-directory signature not found")

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by NavyBrat - 2017, December 14 - 5:00am

CHEERS! sfp1954. and thank you. I'm sorry it took awhile to get back to you. I don't have the Internet and have to connect to it at the local library. A hearty thank you again!

sfp1954's picture
by sfp1954 - 2016, December 4 - 8:08pm

iPhoto 1 is here - but you can probably run a newer version. Which would require downloading either a DVD or CD of iLife.

http://macintoshgarden.org/sites/macintoshgarden.org/files/apps/iPhoto1....

http://macintoshgarden.org/search/node/OSX%20PPC

sfp1954's picture
by sfp1954 - 2016, December 4 - 8:04pm

I'm not aware of any stand alone iPhoto installers
You can usually choose which application you want to install from most of the iLife DVDs.
I do have the early CDs which usually don't have iDVD and Garage Band.
For example the '05 CD download listed on this page.

iPhoto is usually not too dependent on CPU speed or OS level.
What version of OSX are you running?

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by dr.zeissler - 2016, December 4 - 4:37pm
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Is there iPhoto somewhere separately for a G4-Mini? Thx Doc

Dingo_'s picture
by Dingo_ - 2014, November 15 - 6:11am

Does It Work on rosetta