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Apple DVD Studio Pro 1.5

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (2.04 GB)
MD5: 676f43d72a67158cbfa60ec6e1620b4c
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
DVD_Studio_Pro_1.5.1_U.sit_.hqx (1.07 MB)
MD5: a5678dc823e3697e92d1bdc76ba6b5a1
For Mac OS 9 - Mac OS X
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
This app works with: SheepShaver, QEMU

Create video for DVD discs.

DVD Studio Pro 1.5 Retail

QuickTime Pro

Second download is the DVD Studio Pro 1.5.1 Updater for Mac OS 9. This will take DVD Studio Pro to the last update that will work on Mac OS 9. I issue a challenge to all folks on here...1.5.2 for Mac OS X exists but I cannot find it. Apple actually has a link to it, but for a long time, it didn't resolve it resolves to a file that won't expand by any tool I have tried.

Please upload if you have this or if you can get Apple's download to work.

The download for version 1.1 is available on

Architecture: PPC

DVD Studio Pro 1.0 - Technical Specifications (from
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.