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  • #16
    Originally posted by Jeff Chandler View Post
    This is not accurate. The latest versions of Motion and DVDSP are not compatible with computers with integrated graphics, which is what the Mackbooks have. You could get an iMac, though. Or a used 1.25ghz or faster Powerbook (although it would be much slower than an iMac),
    Did not know that....

    Thanks Jeff :)
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    www.gpvideo.com.au

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    • #17
      Originally posted by fukly View Post
      TX Bill i'll try DVD studio pro this week.
      hope it has lots of amazing templates...coz macbook pro is not cheap in my country ;)
      just hoping that i could find similiar software in PC. ;( anyone?
      You may be surprised to find that DVD Studio Pro has few presets and (unless you count the new Monster Suite) has seen no updates since v4.1.

      Although iDVD is lame, it's easy and popular.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Rusty View Post
        Although iDVD is lame, it's easy and popular.
        It's so popular that's it's downfall.

        Imagine paying a company good money to create a DVD for you only
        to take it home and see that they used the very same program that
        your 15 year old daughter uses on her mac.

        It is a great program , but I would not use it for work related DVDs.

        Just because there has not been a major update for DVDSP recently
        doesn't make it any less of a quality app.
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        GESTOS PRODUCTIONS
        www.gpvideo.com.au

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        • #19
          I have and use DVDSP 4, although I recomend it I do have 1 warning for you. Try not to get pulled in by the cool templates of either DVDSP or I-DVD. Yes there nice but if you dont know how to make your own those fancy templates are only going to carry you so far. I made the mistake of falling for it I do weddings and say the couple of cool templates then I got home and relized there were only like 2 wedding templates and I only liked 1 of them. I dont know what kind of work you do but you might consider Encore 3 theres a nice set of templates you can buy called "pop drops" espcially if you do weddings.

          Randy
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          • #20
            I agree with you there Randy,

            That's the great thing about Motion.
            You can build your own so easily.

            It does take a bit of time to learn Motion but well worth the effort.
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            GESTOS PRODUCTIONS
            www.gpvideo.com.au

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            • #21
              i use template also for my wedding projects and i love it...

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