Apple today released a number of software updates targeting its iLife suite of applications and adding RAW image support for several digital camera models.

- iLife Support 9.0.3 (55.1 MB) addresses several minor issues and offers several general improvements to the entire iLife suite of applications.

This update addresses general compatibility issues, improves overall stability for the Media Browser, and fixes a number of other minor issues. The issues addressed include:

- Resolved memory leaks for improved performance of the Media Browser
- Corrected issues to display custom folders when added to the Media Browser
- Maintained correct image dates when importing from iPhoto to Aperture

The update is recommended for all users of Aperture 2, iLife '09 and iWork '09, and requires OS X 10.5.6 or later.

- iDVD 7.0.4 (27.5 MB) "addresses general compatibility issues and fixes an issue where iDVD is unable to add title/comment to an image in the image details list." The update is recommended for all users of iDVD 7 and requires OS X 10.5.6 or later.

- iMovie 8.0.3 (35.56 MB) addresses several minor issues and improves general compatibility and stability.

This update addresses general compatibility issues, improved overall stability and fixes a number of other minor issues. The issues addressed include:

- Support for 720p AVCHD Lite cameras and camcorders
- Deleting a beat marker no longer modifies the project duration
- Video Effects palette now uses the correct thumbnail for still images

The update is recommended for all users of iMovie '09 and requires OS X 10.5.6 or later.

- iPhoto 8.0.3 Update (96 MB) also addresses several minor issues and improves general compatibility and stability.

This update addresses general compatibility, improves overall stability and fixes a number of issues in the following areas of the application:

- Publishing to MobileMe, Facebook, and Flickr
- Slideshow playback
- Location (GPS) info embedded in emailed photos and exported JPEGs

The update is recommended for all users of iPhoto 8 and requires OS X 10.5.6 or later. Additional information on the contents of the update can be found in Apple's support document.

- Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 2.6 (3.9 MB) adds RAW image support to Aperture and iPhoto for the following digital cameras: Canon EOS 500D, Canon Rebel T1i, Canon EOS Kiss Digital X3, Nikon D5000, and Olympus E-30.

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