[muglo] Re: start up problem

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On 4-Jul-07, at 12:51 PM, Paul Tucknott wrote:

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> On Jul 4, 2007, at 12:39 PM, Roy Hanson wrote:
>
>> in case it ever happens with my daughters G4, where do I get a  
>> copy of
>> Disk First Aid & Warrior?
>> Roy Hanson
>>
>> FreeLists Mailing List Manager wrote:
>>> muglo Digest        Tue, 03 Jul 2007        Volume: 07  Issue: 154
>>>
>>> In This Issue:
>>>             [muglo] Re: Start up problem with G4 tower
>>>             [muglo] DVD Editing Again
>>>             [muglo] Re: DVD Editing Again
>>>             [muglo] Re: DVD Editing Again
>>>
>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------- 
>>> -
>>> -
>>>
>>> Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 06:38:26 -0400
>>> From: Leith Peterson <leithriver@xxxxxx>
>>> Subject: [muglo] Re: Start up problem with G4 tower
>>>
>>> Thanks very much, Scott:
>>>
>>> I zapped the PRAM but still had to press the keyboard power key  
>>> twice
>>> before it would start up.  However, I zapped the PRAM again, ran  
>>> Disk
>>> First Aid and Disk Warrior, so we'll see if that solves the problem.
>>> It certainly seems less sluggish than it was.  We'll see what  
>>> happens
>>> next time I start up.
>>>
>>> Leith
>>>
>>>> Hi Leith
>>>> try zapping the PRAM
>>>> hold down Command (apple) P R at startup
>>>> hold down until the machine starts again
>>>> ----
>>>> Scott Strawbridge | Graphic Artist
>>>> scotts1@xxxxxxx
>>>> http://homepage.mac.com/scotts1
>>>> http://www.scottstrawbridge.com
>>>> http://www.liquidphoenixdesign.com
>>>>
>>>> msn: scottstrawbridge@xxxxxxxxxxx
>>>> ichat/aol: scotts1@xxxxxxx
>>>> yahoo: straws4@xxxxxxxxx
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 2-Jul-07, at 9:40 PM, Leith Peterson wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>  I'm having start up problem with my G4 AGP graphics tower running
>>>>>  10.3.9.  I'm using an Optiquest Q71 monitor.   I turn the
>>>>> monitor on
>>>>>  before turning on the cpu power.  When I press the power  
>>>>> button on
>>>>>  the keyboard, it usually it cycles on, but when I do that now, it
>>>>>  fails and I have to power on again.  It's just like the whole
>>>>> system
>>>>>  goes dead.  The first time it happened, I pressed the power  
>>>>> key on
>>>>>  the keyboard again and it worked.  The second time it happened,
>>>>>  pressing the keyboard power didn't work, so I pressed the power
>>>>> key
>>>>>  on the cpu.  It made a strange noise, but it did come on.  I've
>>>>>  checked all the connections, but nothing is loose.
>>>>>
>>>>>  Any idea what might be causing this?  Would it be the cpu or the
>>>>>  monitor or both?  Could it be a battery problem?  Please advise.
>>>>>  Thanks.
>>>>>
>>>>> Leith
>>>
>>>
>>> ------------------------------
>>>
>>> From: Paul Thomas <paul_thomas@xxxxxxxxxx>
>>> Subject: [muglo] DVD Editing Again
>>> Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 17:25:25 -0400
>>>
>>> Hi there
>>>
>>> I have now managed (quite easily) editing a DVD movie (removing the
>>> commercials); at the end I now want to save the file to burn onto a
>>> blank DVD!
>>>
>>> I can save the file to disc but I cannot find a format readable by
>>> the
>>> Mac DVD Player; the original disc was a VOB file.  When I try to  
>>> save
>>> my edited file I cannot do this!  I can save it as an mpeg movie  
>>> file
>>> which can be played on the QT Player.  I tried importing it into
>>> iMovie
>>> but it would not accept it!  I can also export to DV but don't
>>> know if
>>> this will help?
>>>
>>> My question is: if anyone has used iDVD (which I don't have
>>> currently)
>>> can one import into it a mpeg movie file and then output a movie  
>>> that
>>> can be played on a regular DVD player?  I have looked at the iDVD
>>> info
>>> on the Apple web pages but this information is not given!!  Also I
>>> gather, though it is not clear, that iDVD will produce a title
>>> display
>>> to enable one to select one of a number of videos on the same disc?
>>> Again I don't know if this can be done without iDVD though my
>>> programme, MPEG Streamclip, does have an option Convert to TS -
>>> whatever that is?
>>>
>>> Obviously I can purchase a copy of iDVD (as part of iLife '06) but I
>>> don't want to do this if it doesn't do the job!!
>>>
>>> Can anyone help me, please!!
>>>
>>> Paul
>>>
>>>
>>> ------------------------------
>>>
>>> Date: Tue, 03 Jul 2007 15:43:12 -0700
>>> From: Gerhard Kuhn <gerhardk@xxxxxxx>
>>> Subject: [muglo] Re: DVD Editing Again
>>>
>>> Paul iDVD is meant just for what you are describing.  I am sure I
>>> have an older version around somewhere, if I find it I can mail it
>>> to you for free.   The newest versions will take just about
>>> anything that can be played in Quicktime the older versions were
>>> quite a bit more particular about the file types that they would
>>> accept and encode.
>>>
>>> Gerhard
>>>
>>> On Tuesday, July 03, 2007, at 05:26PM, "Paul Thomas"
>>> <paul_thomas@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> Hi there
>>>>
>>>> I have now managed (quite easily) editing a DVD movie (removing the
>>>> commercials); at the end I now want to save the file to burn onto a
>>>> blank DVD!
>>>>
>>>> I can save the file to disc but I cannot find a format readable
>>>> by the
>>>> Mac DVD Player; the original disc was a VOB file.  When I try to
>>>> save
>>>> my edited file I cannot do this!  I can save it as an mpeg movie
>>>> file
>>>> which can be played on the QT Player.  I tried importing it into
>>>> iMovie
>>>> but it would not accept it!  I can also export to DV but don't
>>>> know if
>>>> this will help?
>>>>
>>>> My question is: if anyone has used iDVD (which I don't have
>>>> currently)
>>>> can one import into it a mpeg movie file and then output a movie
>>>> that
>>>> can be played on a regular DVD player?  I have looked at the iDVD
>>>> info
>>>> on the Apple web pages but this information is not given!!  Also I
>>>> gather, though it is not clear, that iDVD will produce a title
>>>> display
>>>> to enable one to select one of a number of videos on the same disc?
>>>> Again I don't know if this can be done without iDVD though my
>>>> programme, MPEG Streamclip, does have an option Convert to TS -
>>>> whatever that is?
>>>>
>>>> Obviously I can purchase a copy of iDVD (as part of iLife '06)  
>>>> but I
>>>> don't want to do this if it doesn't do the job!!
>>>>
>>>> Can anyone help me, please!!
>>>>
>>>> Paul
>>>>
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>>>
>>> ------------------------------
>>>
>>> From: Paul Thomas <paul_thomas@xxxxxxxxxx>
>>> Subject: [muglo] Re: DVD Editing Again
>>> Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 20:16:40 -0400
>>>
>>> Hi Gerhard
>>>
>>> Thanks in advance for your quick reply and offer of a copy of iDVD.
>>>
>>> Paul
>>>
>>> On Jul 3, 2007, at 6:43 PM, Gerhard Kuhn wrote:
>>>
>>>> Paul iDVD is meant just for what you are describing.  I am sure I
>>>> have
>>>> an older version around somewhere, if I find it I can mail it to  
>>>> you
>>>> for free.   The newest versions will take just about anything
>>>> that can
>>>> be played in Quicktime the older versions were quite a bit more
>>>> particular about the file types that they would accept and encode.
>>>>
>>>> Gerhard
>>>>
>>>> On Tuesday, July 03, 2007, at 05:26PM, "Paul Thomas"
>>>> <paul_thomas@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>> Hi there
>>>>>
>>>>> I have now managed (quite easily) editing a DVD movie (removing  
>>>>> the
>>>>> commercials); at the end I now want to save the file to burn  
>>>>> onto a
>>>>> blank DVD!
>>>>>
>>>>> I can save the file to disc but I cannot find a format readable
>>>>> by the
>>>>> Mac DVD Player; the original disc was a VOB file.  When I try to
>>>>> save
>>>>> my edited file I cannot do this!  I can save it as an mpeg movie
>>>>> file
>>>>> which can be played on the QT Player.  I tried importing it into
>>>>> iMovie
>>>>> but it would not accept it!  I can also export to DV but don't
>>>>> know if
>>>>> this will help?
>>>>>
>>>>> My question is: if anyone has used iDVD (which I don't have
>>>>> currently)
>>>>> can one import into it a mpeg movie file and then output a movie
>>>>> that
>>>>> can be played on a regular DVD player?  I have looked at the
>>>>> iDVD info
>>>>> on the Apple web pages but this information is not given!!  Also I
>>>>> gather, though it is not clear, that iDVD will produce a title
>>>>> display
>>>>> to enable one to select one of a number of videos on the same  
>>>>> disc?
>>>>> Again I don't know if this can be done without iDVD though my
>>>>> programme, MPEG Streamclip, does have an option Convert to TS -
>>>>> whatever that is?
>>>>>
>>>>> Obviously I can purchase a copy of iDVD (as part of iLife '06)
>>>>> but I
>>>>> don't want to do this if it doesn't do the job!!
>>>>>
>>>>> Can anyone help me, please!!
>>>>>
>>>>> Paul
>>>>>
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>>>
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>>
>> -- 
>> Roy Hanson, Technician
>> Eco-Toner Systems, Inc.
>> London, Ontario, Canada
>> 519 652 6233
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