Apple has updated their iDVD authoring tool, which only comes with Power Mac G4s that have SuperDrives, to version 1.0.1.
The update (a 2.2 M file) can be found at
Apple’s download site. However, there’s no mention at the site or in the download ReadMe itself as to what changes have been made.
iDVD is Apple’s consumer oriented DVD authoring tool that was introduced in January. Version 2.0, designed for use with Mac OS X, is due next month when Apple rolls out version 10.1 of the new operating system. iDVD 2 will offer motion menus, new themes, the ability to add a soundtrack in slideshows and background encoding. It also allows users to make DVDs that can hold up to 90 minutes of material, compared to 60 minutes in the original version. To add motion video to the DVD’s menu buttons or background, users simply drag and drop iMovies or QuickTime files into the iDVD 2 interface.