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iMovie 2 v2.0.3

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#1
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
iMovie2.0.3.img_.bin (170.69 MB)
MD5: 5b18f2222bd949db327e3f2fcd91f289
For Mac OS 9
#2
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
iMovie_2.1.1_Update.smi_.bin (7.74 MB)
MD5: 75b0d4fb9be5bc0639b96db6588d30f9
For Mac OS 9
#3
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
iMovie203CD_DE.ZIP (166.67 MB)
MD5: 5d6783c42be2b9e35e5097ac6f5342bc
For Mac OS 9
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

A SheepShaver compatible version (which runs in Mac OS 9.0.4 as well)
can be found at MacintoshGarden/apps/iMovie 2 v2.0.1 and MacintoshGarden/apps/iMovie 2.1.2

Version 2.0.3, an unstuffed DiskCopy 6.3.3 image of the complete CD. (Stuffing it resulted in virtually no space savings at all. It is in .bin format however, to protect it from PC's.) It will run on a computer without FireWire, but you won't be able to input any video.
Second download link is the iMovie 2.1.1 updater.
Third download link is the German iMovie 2.0.3 CD-ROM .toast image, compressed with zip.
MD5 checksum & filename: 5D6783C42BE2B9E35E5097AC6F5342BC *iMovie203CD_DE.ZIP

From Wikipedia.org:

"iMovie is a proprietary video editing software application which allows Mac users to edit their own home movies. It was originally released by Apple in 1999 as a Mac OS 8 application bundled with the first FireWire-enabled consumer Apple model – iMac DV. Since version 3, iMovie has been a Mac OS X only application bundled in the iLife suite of Macintosh applications.

iMovie imports video footage to the Mac using either the FireWire interface on most MiniDV format digital video cameras, the USB port, or by importing the files from a hard drive. From there, the user can edit the video clips, add titles, and add music. Effects include basic color correction and video enhancement tools, and transitions such as fade-in, fade-out, and slides."

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC

G3 300MHz or faster, OS 9.1, built-in FireWire, DV device for input. Highly recommend 1024 x 768, 128MB RAM and several free GBs of hard drive space.

Comments

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2013, March 2 - 7:28pm

Smile

Really, don't be unfriendly to your Mac hardware,
don't replace it with a newer one,
as it will be offended then.

aeescobedo's picture
by aeescobedo - 2013, March 2 - 6:42am

thank you so much! my ibook is happy like before!

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2013, March 1 - 9:05am

d/l mirror is available now. Smile

aeescobedo's picture
by aeescobedo - 2013, February 28 - 10:31pm

I cant seem to access this file! Which is a shame since I loved using it on my iBook 366 mhz Firewire. It was wiped clean recently Sad

TataMisia's picture
by TataMisia - 2010, July 28 - 4:37pm

I add Update to 2.1.1 version. Look above.

Fortuna Wave's picture
by Fortuna Wave - 2010, April 19 - 1:30pm

Admins, there are spammers, annie and pinky are available. Please remove this.

SwedeBear's picture
by SwedeBear - 2010, April 7 - 8:39am

Stench of canned small pieces of ham, pinky?

TataMisia's picture
by TataMisia - 2009, November 3 - 12:58pm

I work at iMac G3 350 Mhz and 512 Mb RAM.
Work pretty good.

TataMisia's picture
by TataMisia - 2009, November 3 - 12:55pm

Correct number of version

bubzie5's picture
by bubzie5 - 2009, November 1 - 6:38pm

I have to say i am running this on my classic mac software machine iBooke G3 clamshell and it runs awasome. i do not have the fire-wire model but it still get the job done. I do not recommend running this app below the following requirements:

PowerPC G3 333 MHz or higher
128 MB of ram or higher
4 MB of video memory or higher
anything below this would probably run horribly.