<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> Well, next time do a little research.<br>Obviously it sounds like you should have purchased a PowerMac instead.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Nah, I just need a Powermac too. I've already asked 'Gizmo's wife and she's going to buy it for me<br><br>
The sale of Apple's superdrives funds the development of iDVD - that's why they don't want it to work on third-party drives. However, someone really needs to make an iDVD equivalent. They're sure to make lots of OEM sales to third-party DVD drive manufacturers.<br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by hayesk on 10/27/02 11:18 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
I'm guessing that it is just way too much work for a 3rd party to just give away. It would have to be a company the size of Apple, Adobe or MS - and you know they aren't going to give anything away.<br><br>[color:red] Kiss My Banana!</font color=red>
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Apparently iDVD2 has a one hour time limit and it puts an Apple logo on the DVD tracks? At least that's what I've heard. Not sure I like that anyway. Why would they impose a time limit? Who is it hurting to have consumers making home movies that are more than an hour long?<br><br>
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