DVD Studio Pro 1.5 Pics

Mr. Anderson

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The interesting thing here is with a little trial and error and some adjustment in photoshop you could get the product code from the first screen shot.
 

Nebrie

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Those pics....

Look like they were stolen from the ones posted by DriveX in the MacNN forums last week.
 

mangis

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I saw the new dvd pro 1.5 at tokyo MacWorld.

It was up and running on a dial gig (like mine!).

It was absolutely working! I expect release any day. It was cool seing the demo work on OSX.
 

King Cobra

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Question: Why would Apple release a 1.5, 2.5, 3.5, 4.5, etc. version of anything? The last time I remember Apple doing that with any major type of software was Mac OS 8.5. Apple usually goes straight up to the following version.

Besides, it would make sense. I mean, what would it mean for Apple if they came out with Studio 1.5? It is like saying "This is version one and a half of our software."
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sparkleytone

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it basically means that they are working on 2.0 and its going to be ridiculous; but its not long enough away to calla 3.0 release. At least thats what I would suspect.
 

King Cobra

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sparkleytone, nice save.

Way to go on 300! Did you notice?

Another question: If Apple came out with Studio 2, what would you like to see improved, add, changed, or removed?
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Beej

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Originally posted by King Cobra
I mean, what would it mean for Apple if they came out with Studio 1.5? It is like saying "This is version one and a half of our software."
Eh? I'm not sure that's quite what version numbers mean! :D

I'm running OS X, which is 10 and thirteen one hundredths of Apple's software! He he he...
 

King Cobra

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Originally posted by Beej
Eh? I'm not sure that's quite what version numbers mean! :D

I'm running OS X, which is 10 and thirteen one hundredths of Apple's software! He he he...
Easy, big guy.

I was not talking about the operating system. I wanted to mention just major $1000 software titles.
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crassusad44

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Originally posted by King Cobra
Question: Why would Apple release a 1.5, 2.5, 3.5, 4.5, etc. version of anything? The last time I remember Apple doing that with any major type of software was Mac OS 8.5. Apple usually goes straight up to the following version.

Besides, it would make sense. I mean, what would it mean for Apple if they came out with Studio 1.5? It is like saying "This is version one and a half of our software."
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Think it's because there are not that many new features in the app, besides OS X compabillity, but I could be mistaken.

BTW, FCP went up to version 1.2.5, when Apple added PAL support, before making the step to 2.0...