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    windows movie maker...
    is there this program or a similar one available for mac free (FULL VERSIONS ONLY please)

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    If you buy a new Mac from Apple, you get iLife included. You can then use iMovie.
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    yep, thats what I've down...nice one

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    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y
    If you buy a new Mac from Apple, you get iLife included. You can then use iMovie.
    my old G3 iMac came with iMovie. Any mac since then should have come with iMovie, right? So I don't think it's exclusive (except for the latest version) to new macs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtownley1
    my old G3 iMac came with iMovie. Any mac since then should have come with iMovie, right? So I don't think it's exclusive (except for the latest version) to new macs.
    Only iMac DV models came with iMovie if I recall correctly. In any case, no matter what new Mac you buy today, iLife is bundled with it.
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