Due to the shortcomings seen in the original iPad’s like the lack of cameras, presence of a slower processor, and a limited memory, Apple has come to a conclusion to prevent or ban iPad users from installing iMovie directly from the App Stores onto their original iPads, even though the original iPad is capable enough to run the latest version of iMovie for iOS.
There are a few steps involved before you jump into the ocean to install a iMovie on an original iPad, first lets install a iPhone Configuration Utility software like Mac or Windows you’ll be happy to know that a latest version of it version 3.3 was updated only yesterday. Once you have this with you , you are all set to run a iMovie on your original iPad without getting into much trouble.
The next thing would be to Open the iPhone Configuration Utility, go left and click on the applications, then click on open iMovie. Now click the install button in the configuration utility software after you have made a connection with your computer and your first generation iPad. Now you can start getting excited to view your first iMovie on your very on iPad.