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Tech giant, Apple has released updates versions of Garageband and iMovie before the launch of the Mac App Store on Thursday.
The GarageBand 6.0.1 for Mac OS X 10.6.3 Snow Leopard or later, is a 47.5MB download recommended for all the users of GarageBand '11 as it fixes the issue with undoing Flex Time edits. The update will also remove the latency that sometimes affects guitar tracks. The users will now be able to use the Quantize Note Timing menu for tracks with Groove matching.
The 27.52MB iMovie 9.0.1 update also requires Mac OS X 10.6.3 or later and the update is meant for all the users of iMovie 9.0. It will fix an issue with stabilization on video clips from the iPhone and iPod touch. The update will also fix the issue that didn't allow valid facebook passwords with non-alphanumeric characters.
The new version of iMovie will also offer improved scrolling in the Project Library and better compatibility with cameras creating content in multiple formats. The iMovie and Garageband come just days before the expected launch of the Mac App Store on January 6.