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Old 5th June 2009, 04:02   #1  |  Link
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Apple's DVD Studio HD-DVDs?

Apple has a playback software, DVD Player.app, that will play HD-DVDs. But it will only play HD-DVDs created with DVD Studio Pro.
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-Additional support for playing DSP 4 authored HD DVD folders from DVD discs and hard drives.
So what makes DVD Studio Pro special? Limited codecs? Limited interactivity?

I.E. How can I create a HD-DVD that is compatible with Apple?
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Apple has a playback software, DVD Player.app, that will play HD-DVDs. But it will only play HD-DVDs created with DVD Studio Pro.
Maybe there is a sort of copy-protection, since you'll not have access to keys. So DSP4 will create most probably a sort of "consumer" HD-DVD.
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I.E. How can I create a HD-DVD that is compatible with Apple?
How to create a DVD that will play in a Boing JumboJet?
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Hi!

According to Wikipedia DVD Studio Pro (now incorporated in Final Cut Pro):
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Final Cut Pro supports nearly all High Definition formats (HDV, DVCPRO HD, AVCHD, and uncompressed HD)
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