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Star Wars VisualClips

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star_wars_visualclips_8dsks.sit (10.87 MB)
MD5: ea83752303d9871ee1100eda37ff7adf
For System 6.x - System 7.0 - 7.6
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Star Wars VisualClips is an amusing and innovative collection of QuickTime movies, which, when combined with the supplied VideoBeep utility, lets you replace one or all your Macintosh "system events" with motion-video sequences. These QuickTime files are digitized sequences from the original Star Wars movie — including each of the main characters, as well as space battles, lots of aliens, the famous bar scene, the Death Star, and, of course, the Really Bad Guy in the dark mask.

VisualClips comes on a dozen high-density disks, with each clip compressed on floppy — in all more than 16 megabytes of data, which represents a large amount of storage space for the average hard-disk user. Luckily, if you don't have that much room available, you can always opt to install only the clips that interest you.

  — InCider/A+


The download only includes the first 8 disks of this 12-disk set. If you have disks 9 to 12, please upload them to this page.


Architecture: 68k

Minimum Requirements


Eric Shapiro's picture
by Eric Shapiro - 2019, December 30 - 10:17pm

The part on the right side is a QuickTime movie that took me far too long to create/edit. I can't remember off the top of my head which compressor it used, but I suspect it was Apple's Animation compressor.

Daxeria's picture
by Daxeria - 2017, May 6 - 1:45pm

The R2-D2 about box image was extracted with ResEdit—I can only get the content left of the divider to display in-app.

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2017, May 6 - 1:28pm

If anyone wants to buy the complete set, look at:

It won't be me, as I have already spent more money for MG than is sensible