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No QuickSilver, but I want to work on a DVD
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Mar 3, 2002, 02:22 PM
 
...any suggestions? Is there ANY WAY to move a copy of iDVD/iDVD2 over to my machine so that I can try it out without having the neccessary hardware to actually write the DVD?

I do not want to shell out $1000 for DVD Studio Pro. Isn't there someway that I can at least demo the construction of a DVD on non-DVD writable Macs??

Other software?
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Mar 7, 2002, 12:44 PM
 
....anyone? anyone at all??
I really, really need to transfer some old films to DVD and would love to do it at work where we have a recent dual-GIG machine.

But why can't I work at home on my B&W G3 and simply transfer the file to iDVD when I get at work?!?

I don't want to buy a new machine just to learn how to make DVDs!!
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Mar 7, 2002, 01:04 PM
 
Goto CompUSA and play with it. Or an Apple Store

You gotta have a DVD Burner for iDVD to even open up I am pretty sure.

I made the hour trek to CompUSA in Indianapolis to play with a DualGHz, and iDVD, and it was well worth it.
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