An essential tool in any DVD author's repertoire, DVDAfterEdit is fully compatible with the output of any authoring system. It's simple, elegant interface literally unfolds the structure of your DVD before your eyes, and gives detailed, precise control of almost any aspect of the DVD Specification.
When combined with DVD Studio Pro, it provides the only combination of ease-of-use and precise control over every aspect of DVD authoring available today. Use DVD Studio Pro to quicky create a top-quality DVD, with professional look-and-feel navigation. Further test and refine your project with DVDAfterEdit to bring it to the highest level. Proof your DVD, one command at a time, with Tracer DVD emulation. Use DVDAE Pre-Mastering for precise control of the layer break and deliver your projects with complete confidence.
DVDAE 3.0, both Standard and Mastering Edition, are the result of five years of development and experience. We will continue to support them fully until each and every capability is implemented in the new applications. We are also updating and reorganizing our documentation into Wiki format, and will continue on our quest to improve this web site and our support to you.
June 7, 2011. Rivergate Software has released BluStreak Tracer 2 and BluStreak Tracer 2 CMF, an upgrade and replacement for its previous product BluStreak Premaster.
DVDAfterEdit Standard and Mastering Edition runs best on Macintosh OS 10.4 (Tiger).
OS 10.5 (Leopard) removed support for some older dialog callbacks used by the Import/Replace VTS functions. The following work-around overcomes this problem:
Instead of opening a VIDEO_TS folder from within the application, click and drag the VIDEO_TS folder to the application file (either Standard or Mastering Edition). The application will perform correctly thereafter.
OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard) also requires the above work-around. In addition, you must be sure to install PPC emulation (Rosetta), as it is now optional. For preview, you must also install the optional QuickTime 7, and you will have to reinstall the QuickTime MPEG2 component.
Snow Leopard has also removed support for parallel SCSI, required for DLT. All legitimate replicators now support DDP folders (Tape Images) on hard drive or DVD-R data discs.
Lion removes all support for PPC, and will not be capable of running DVDAfterEdit.
We recommend setting aside a Tiger boot disc or partition for best operation of DVDAfterEdit Mastering Edition.
DVDAfterEdit 3.0.5d3 Mastering Edition is available for download. This fixes an error in the placement of the AVDP (Anchor Volume Descriptor Pointer) at the end of the disc when building a DDP tape image (AKA Plant Direct) for CSS encryption. (It was misaligned in the sector). This error does not normally affect playability, but prevented Macrovision RipGuard from being applied.
Rivergate Software is pleased to announce the release of DDPAfterBurner, a new stand-alone utility for managing DDP Images on DLT (Digital Linear Tape). DDPAfterBurner is priced at $199 as a stand-alone utility, and at $99 for owners of HDAfterEdit using a coupon available here.
DDPAfterBurner (DDPAB) is a functional demo version that can be purchased and registered from within the program, and is available for download here.
The ATTO UL5D, ATTO 4.20 driver, Mac Pro, and Leopard 10.5.1 are working fine with the all four of our tape drives connected at the same time, including the DLT8000, on both DVDAfterEdit and the new tape utility which we are developing.