Would be better if they were on the ball with releasing finished products!ASP272 said:I installed it a few days ago and still haven't got to play with it yet, and there's already an update! Wow! Apple's on the ball with bug fixes!
Yeah, I guess Apple should apologize for not being perfect eh? I'm sorry for the sarcasm, but after using it for the past several days, I'd hardly call iLife '05 an unfinished product.Benj said:
I haven't used iMovie HD yet, but in general that kind of sluggishness is caused by excessive paging in my experience. (This is what happens when you don't have enough memory and the OS has to use the hard disk to present the illusion of having more.) And that sounds like a big project that could consume any amount of memory you throw at it.allenhuffman said:iMovie HD has been handling 5 1/2 hours of video in one project real well, ... Sometimes it takes 10-15 seconds before it realizes I clicked on something, and that's on a 768MB 1.8Ghz iMac G5.
Of course, there are those who would say that Apple were to have released a bug-free version of Panther in 2006, it would be better than the current pace of Tiger .4.0 in 2005. But, that's not the way software development works these days, and it is worth noting that the real world is, sadly, the best testbench.FYA said:sure... and we would still be waiting for the release of Panther.
Macrumors said:Now available in Software Update for those who have iLife '05 installed: