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Where can i get the update for version 5.0.2

Feb 1, 2007
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I'm trying to update i movie to 6.3. and it asks for the lower version. I have as early as 6.0 but nothing before that. Does any one know where i can get the update to 5.0.2? thanx! any help will be much appricated!
Apr 7, 2007
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London, UK
Your Mac's Specs
Powermac G4/450 OSX 10.4.11
I've still got the free version of iMovie (version 1.0) so am not going to be able to be of much help. All I can suggest is this page:
Apple Software Downloads
and do a search for iMovie.
It brings out a bunch of download options

Other than that, am drawing a blank - sorry!

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