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DVD Studio Pro
« on: May 04, 2015, 04:58:46 PM »
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DVD_Studio_Pro
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Apple bought Astarte's DVDirector in 2000, re-releasing it as DVD Studio Pro in 2001. Version 1.5, still based on this original code, was released in April 2002. In the meantime Apple had acquired Spruce Technologies in 2001, and was busy retooling the DVD authoring package that came with that acquisition (DVD Maestro), and in August 2003, Apple released DVD Studio Pro 2. This new version was basically a completely new application, with a totally new interface. Since then, the program has grown to be the primary midrange software DVD creation package, Sonic Scenarist being the worldwide industry standard for professional DVD authoring. DVD Studio Pro 3 was released in 2004.

In April 2005, Apple updated DVD Studio Pro to support authoring HD content. DVD Studio Pro 4 allows for the burning of HD DVD content to both standard DVDs and HD DVD media (even though no HD DVD burners were currently available for Macintosh). For playing back HD DVD content burnt to a standard DVD, Apple requires a PowerPC G5, Apple DVD Player v4.6, and Mac OS X v10.4 or later. This was also the first version that did not include support for Mac OS 9.

https://books.google.es/books?id=9ewPBwAAQBAJ&pg=PT11&lpg=PT11&dq=Astarte%27s+DVDirector&source=bl&ots=WYHm3FlgLa&sig=DGc1m8e5KlQJmTDK1Z4047_mFsU&hl=es&sa=X&ei=iv1HVZOVGcvlUd70geAD&ved=0CFAQ6AEwBg#v=onepage&q=Astarte%27s%20DVDirector&f=false


https://support.apple.com/kb/SP561?viewlocale=en_CA&locale=en_CA


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DVD Studio Pro 1.0 - Technical Specifications



System requirements

    • A Macintosh with a G4 processor and an Apple-supplied AGP graphics card
    • Mac OS 9.0.4 or 9.1
    • QuickTime 4.1 (included on DVD Studio Pro CD) or later
    • 128 megabytes of RAM
    • A DVD drive
    • Display software and hardware capable of 1024 x 768 pixels at thousands or millions of colors
    • For writing to disc: DVD-R recorder, DVD-RAM drive, or DLT tape drive

Software requirements

    • Apple DVD Player 2.3 or later (installed with the DVD Studio Pro software)
    • Edited video and audio files in MPEG or AC-3 format; or video creation and editing software, such as Final Cut Pro or any video and audio editing programs that support QuickTime and its component technology
    • MPEG encoding software, such as the QuickTime MPEG Encoder included with DVD Studio Pro. (You can also use any MPEG encoder, software or hardware based, that produces DVD-compliant streams.)
    • Adobe Photoshop (version 4.0 or later) for creating menus and buttons
    • QuickTime Pro must be installed and unlocked.


Hard disk requirements


    • You should have at least twice as much hard disk storage space as the size of your project. (For DVD-5, for example, you need 5 gigabytes [GB] for the source files, and another 5 GB to hold the multiplexed project.) For best multiplexing performance, dedicate two or three Ultra Wide A/V or FireWire hard disks to your project (make sure they contain only your media and no other programs that might fragment the disk and decrease performance). • If you have three disks, use one for video assets, one for audio assets, and the third for the finished files.
    • If you have two disks, use one for source assets and one for final files.

https://support.apple.com/kb/SP560?viewlocale=en_CA&locale=en_CA


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DVD Studio Pro 1.5 - Technical Specifications



System Software Requirements
Mac OS 9 version


    • Mac OS 9.2.2 or later (included on the DVD Studio Pro disc)
    • QuickTime 5.0.5 (included on the DVD Studio Pro disc)
    • DVD Player 2.7 (installed as part of the Mac OS 9 Update to 9.2.2, included on the DVD Studio Pro disc)
    • Final Cut Pro 3.0.2 (required only if you want to access the chapter and compression marker creation feature)

    You cannot install DVD Studio Pro 1.5 for Mac OS 9 while working in the Classic environment.
    For instructions on upgrading to the required version of the Mac OS, refer to the flyer, "Upgrading to Mac OS 9.2.2 or Mac OS X v10.1.3," included with your DVD Studio Pro 1.5 DVD.
    Before you install DVD Studio Pro 1.5, QuickTime Pro must be installed and unlocked.

 
Mac OS X version

    • Mac OS X v10.1.3 or later
    • QuickTime 5.0.5 (included with the Mac OS X v10.1.3 upgrade)
    • DVD Player 3.1 (included on the DVD Studio Pro disc)
    • Final Cut Pro 3.0.2 (required only if you want to access the chapter and compression marker creation feature)

    Restrictions for writing DVD discs using a Pioneer S201 DVD-R drive: You cannot burn DVD discs with a Pioneer S201 DVD-R drive using DVD Studio Pro 1.5 for Mac OS X v10.1.3. If you’ve created a project using the Mac OS X version of DVD Studio Pro 1.5, you can open and burn the project to disc using the Mac OS 9 version of DVD Studio Pro 1.5, which supports the Pioneer S201 drive. Future versions of Mac OS X will support use of the Pioneer S201 drive.
    Before you install DVD Studio Pro 1.5, QuickTime Pro must be installed and unlocked.

Final Cut Pro compression and chapter marker support

    • To take advantage of DVD Studio Pro's ability to recognize Final Cut Pro chapter and compression markers, you must be using Final Cut Pro 3.0.2 or later. See "What is New in DVD Studio Pro", located in the Documentation folder on the DVD Studio Pro disc, for more information.

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Re: DVD Studio Pro
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2015, 06:06:11 PM »
the time locator isnt working for me, all instances of this video (ahem, 3 times u have posted this video today)  are starting at 00:00

Then jump to 1:10:00 that he start talking about iDVD. At 1:29:00 he talks about DVD Studio Pro

At 0:28:00 he says New G4 will boot by default on OSX. At 0:28:50 he presents G4 Digital Audio series.

Also at the end BT  :o with the PowerBook Ti.
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Re: DVD Studio Pro
« Reply #2 on: September 16, 2015, 06:11:55 AM »
Could you move the pics to the dvd studio thread?

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Re: DVD Studio Pro
« Reply #3 on: September 16, 2015, 07:58:02 AM »

For best multiplexing performance, dedicate two or three Ultra Wide A/V or FireWire hard disks to your project (make sure they contain only your media and no other programs that might fragment the disk and decrease performance). • If you have three disks, use one for video assets, one for audio assets, and the third for the finished files.
   


You can sure see how disc space is gonna add up fast... good thing drives have gotten as inexpensive as they have!! Makes me think back to when I paid $1049.00 for a 45MB drive for my MacPlus in '87...OUCH!!!!! ;D ;D

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Re: DVD Studio Pro
« Reply #4 on: May 15, 2018, 11:01:18 AM »
Can some please image the CD for DVD studio pro and upload it to google drive or something because I can't get the CD smi from http://macos9lives.com/smforum/index.php/topic,2612.0.html to open what ever I try.

EDIT: think I may have found another download for it.... will see what happens
« Last Edit: May 15, 2018, 11:16:07 AM by RossDarker »
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Re: DVD Studio Pro
« Reply #5 on: May 16, 2018, 05:13:00 AM »
Can some please image the CD for DVD studio pro and upload it to google drive or something because I can't get the CD smi from http://macos9lives.com/smforum/index.php/topic,2612.0.html to open what ever I try.

EDIT: think I may have found another download for it.... will see what happens

Link?

Or it didn't happen :P

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Re: DVD Studio Pro
« Reply #6 on: May 16, 2018, 10:03:24 AM »
Link?

Or it didn't happen :P
Got it from http://www.mediafire.com/download/av3t2eq5t2zz9i8/DVD_Studio_Pro_1.5.1.zip
Even though it was a zip, the forks for the Toast and SMI file were kept, so maybe you need OS X to unzip it properly.
Then when you open it asks for a serial, and you should enter in:
Whatever name and company name you want, and for the serial:
F-279-IGZ-171-QEC-349-JAB-352-UBG-342

And I can put all this into an SIT file so you don't need OS X to unzip the ZIP if you want.
edit here is the sit file with the CD, update and serial: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GReq1RoViktMym0oqBx2UqOByQRF_yZr/view?usp=sharing
« Last Edit: May 16, 2018, 12:50:29 PM by RossDarker »
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