Muvizu on a Mac





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Published on Oct 1, 2010

A few people have been asking how to get Muvizu running on a Mac.
This is a brief tutorial showing you how to partition your Mac to run Muvizu.
It's pretty easy and it won't take much time.

Things you need:

1. A mac that can run Boot Camp (Boot Camp is software included with Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard that lets you run compatible versions of Microsoft Windows on an Intel-based Mac)


2. A copy of Windows. In this tutorial I used Windows 7, but XP and Vista should be fine too, although there may be some issues with the 64 bit versions. For specific info, check here: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1846 3. An internet connection to download Muvizu, or a copy of Muvizu on Disc 4. To get the best use of Muvizu, you'll need a 2-buttoned mouse. Some functions (such as elevating an object) need a simultaneous left and right click. The mighty mouse, as stylish as it may be can't do this. http://store.apple.com/us/question/an...

The apple-ish music is by G. Scott Olson:


The banjo music is Weedgie-Americana bluegrass sensations, the Levee Strollers:

P.S It's worth noting that Bill Gates will not actually eat your children. He may nibble a few toes here and there but he's a benevolent soul who does good work:


Please don't sue me.

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