iMovie, Apple Remote Desktop get Minor Updates

Briefly breaking from its OS X Mountain Lion theme Wednesday morning, Apple released updates for iMovie and Remote Desktop Client. The updates address stability issues, but Apple didn’t mention any features or compatibility changes targeting the new Mac operating system release.

iMovie update fixes QuickTime, import issuesiMovie update fixes QuickTime, import issues

iMovie 9.0.7 fixed stability issues related to third-party QuickTime components, improved stability when reviewing MPEG-2 clips in the Camera Import window, and addressed a problem where audio might not be included when importing MPEG-2 content from cameras.

The slim release notes for Remote Desktop Client Update 3.6 say Apple added IPv6 connection support, and added the ability to report on new attributes and settings in System Overview Report. Remote Desktop Client 3.6 requires OS X Lion 10.7 or higher, or OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.

Apple also released Apple Remote Desktop 3.6 Admin with IPv6 support and the ability to generate the new System Overview Reports that Remote Desktop Client 3.6 supports.

iMovie is priced at US$14.99 and is available through the Mac App Store. The Remote Desktop Client and Remote Desktop Admin updates are available through the Software Update application, or as downloads at the Apple Support website.