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IMovie’s trailer templates on iMovie allows you to speed up and make the the editing process very simple. All you need to do with the iMovie trailer templates on Mac OS X El Capitan is drag and drop clips onto the trailer’s storyboard and it will automatically edit their duration, add transitions, graphics and music. Aug 13, 2017 I was having a similar problem with my wife's Mac, which was running macOS 10.11 (El Capitan). The problems started after we set up Family Sharing, including Purchase Sharing, which included all of the sign-out / sign-in work to get her system fully onto her Apple ID for the various Stores.
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I was having a similar problem with my wife's Mac, which was running macOS 10.11 (El Capitan). The problems started after we set up Family Sharing, including Purchase Sharing, which included all of the sign-out / sign-in work to get her system fully onto her Apple ID for the various Stores. There were four updates for Apple apps (iWork apps, iMovie) that just wouldn't download, and kept repeatedly asking for first my Apple ID authentication, and then (after some of the things below) her Apple ID authentication.
What didn't work:
- Signing out of the App Store, rebooting, and signing back in
- Signing out in System Preferences, and then signing back in
- Entering any password
After reading this thread, I decided to give deleting-and-reinstalling a try. I did it first with Keynote and—success!
So, naturally, I deleted the other three apps, and started them on their re-installations.
Part way through—horror! Prompted again for _my_ Apple ID and password, not my wife's.
But this time the message was different, and I think it finally provided the real source of the problem. The prompt was that we needed to (re-) enter the security code for the credit card set up for the Family Sharing purchases.
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So I entered my Apple ID and password, and then entered the credit card security code. No problems since.
I have no idea why the App Store got stuck just asking for passwords, without providing the real problem, or what made it finally ask for what it really wanted.
But if you're having this problem, worth doing a tour through your payment method and other items, to make sure that the Family Sharing purchase payment method is fully set up.
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Nov 30, 2017 12:29 AM