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Studio/1

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Studio_1.sit (1.15 MB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
Emulation
This app works with: Basilisk II, Mini vMac

An ancient drawing/animation program. The serial number, as posted in the comments by bolle, is '4682119240'. The archive includes the three original floppies: The Program disk, the Animation disk, and the Hypercard Demo disk. Starts, but crashes soon after launch, in Classic.

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Architecture: 68k

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MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2019, December 1 - 9:22pm

Thanks for re-upping this application to the page, Mu0n.

tadrow's picture
by tadrow - 2010, April 12 - 4:33am

The two were from the same company, about the same time; Studio/1 is black and white, for 68000 Macs (Plus and SE); Studio/8 was for color-capable 68020/030 machines. Studio/1 had the added benefit of animation capabilities, which was very exciting for those of us without the ability to install QuickTime.

I'm excited to try this out on vMac. I had installed it after I got it, but didn't get much chance to try it out before I had to reformat my hard drive, then discovered that the card with the serial number got lost. AAAAAGH!!

mabecabu's picture
by mabecabu - 2010, March 28 - 7:19am

I have no idea, fulano. I found the disks in an old box in my garage...

fulano's picture
by fulano - 2010, March 27 - 10:03am

Thanks! What a cool app!

Is this by any chance related to Studio/8? Been looking for that unsuccessfully for years now ...

mabecabu's picture
by mabecabu - 2010, March 23 - 10:24pm

I can decompress them with Stuffit 4 (available here: http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/stuffit-deluxe) on Basilisk II running Mac OS 7.5.3. To mount them in the emulator, you need Disk Copy (available here: http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/disk-copy). Should work the same in minivmac. Just copy the application and various support files to your virtual hard drive and you're done! Worked for me.

Edit: Replaced 'xxx 7' by 'Mac OS 7' - IIGS User

bolle's picture
by bolle - 2010, March 23 - 9:01pm

The Studio-1-files are on a virtual harddisc that is mounted in minivmac.

mabecabu's picture
by mabecabu - 2010, March 23 - 8:30pm

The files are on the minivmac disk, right?

bolle's picture
by bolle - 2010, March 23 - 2:44pm

Glad to hear the serial worked.
I am working on Windows XP with Mac OS 7.5.3 in minivmac.

mabecabu's picture
by mabecabu - 2010, March 23 - 5:34am

Yes, the serial worked, thanks again. Are you using Mac OS X or Windows? That would help me to try to help you. Those files are disk images (.img) encoded in BinHex (.bin) to preserve their contents on Windows machines. Also, are you using system 6 or 7 in minivmac?

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by bolle - 2010, March 22 - 8:49pm

Thanx for re-uploading. After unstuffing the .sit-file I get an img.bin-file. What the heck am I to do with that? Unstuffing this file again yields a message that I should use Dropstuff with Expander Enhancer. When using Dropstuff EE I get a system crash in minivmac. Could you help me with this pls?

P.S.:
Did the serial work out?

mabecabu's picture
by mabecabu - 2010, March 22 - 6:41pm

Yeah, no problem. And my eternal gratitude for the number.

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by bolle - 2010, March 22 - 3:19pm

As it happens so often with some files put up here, clicking the download link only returns "
NoSuchKey The specified key does not exist." Could you fix that?

Btw - the serial for this program should be "4682119240".