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Unlocking QuickTime Pro


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Hi, everyone
I'm trying to install DVD Studio Pro 2 and it says that I need to unlock QuickTime Pro. The question is HOW CAN I DO THIS?
Thanks in advance.

MoMa
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QuickTime Pro requires you to purchase it in order to unlock it. You can go to quicktime's website for more information : http://www.apple.com/quicktime/

Looks like it will cost $29.99 to upgrade the free player.

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