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  1. Mac OS X 10.0 (code named Cheetah) is the first major release and version of macOS, Apple's desktop and server operating system. Mac OS X 10.0 was released on March 24, 2001 for a price of US$129. It was the successor of the Mac OS X Public Beta and the predecessor of Mac OS X 10.1 (code named Puma).
  2. OS X Mavericks 10.9 introduced a number of significant changes to the code signing machinery. Most of these changes apply to the resource envelope of a code signature, where the signature keeps a list of files in a bundle. The pre-Mavericks version, version 1, recorded only files in the Resources directory and ignored the rest.
  3. The version of Python that ships with OS X is great for learning, but it’s not good for development. The version shipped with OS X may be out of date from the official current Python release, which is considered the stable production version.
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MakeMKV for Windows and Mac OS X is available for download below. MakeMKV for Linux is available on the forum page. MakeMKV 1.16.4 for Windows; Requires Windows XP or later, x86 or x64. MakeMKV 1.16.4 for Mac OS X; Requires x64 Mac OS X 10.7 or later.

Mac OS X comes with Python 2.7 out of the box.

You do not need to install or configure anything else to use Python 2. Theseinstructions document the installation of Python 3.

The version of Python that ships with OS X is great for learning, but it’s notgood for development. The version shipped with OS X may be out of date from theofficial current Python release,which is considered the stable production version.

Doing it Right¶

Let’s install a real version of Python.

Before installing Python, you’ll need to install GCC. GCC can be obtainedby downloading Xcode, the smallerCommand Line Tools (must have anApple account) or the even smaller OSX-GCC-Installerpackage.

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If you already have Xcode installed, do not install OSX-GCC-Installer.In combination, the software can cause issues that are difficult todiagnose.

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If you perform a fresh install of Xcode, you will also need to add thecommandline tools by running xcode-select--install on the terminal.

While OS X comes with a large number of Unix utilities, those familiar withLinux systems will notice one key component missing: a package manager.Homebrew fills this void.

To install Homebrew, open Terminal oryour favorite OS X terminal emulator and run

The script will explain what changes it will make and prompt you before theinstallation begins.Once you’ve installed Homebrew, insert the Homebrew directory at the topof your PATH environment variable. You can do this by adding the followingline at the bottom of your ~/.profile file

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If you have OS X 10.12 (Sierra) or older use this line instead

Now, we can install Python 3:

This will take a minute or two.

Pip¶

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Homebrew installs pip pointing to the Homebrew’d Python 3 for you.

Working with Python 3¶

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At this point, you have the system Python 2.7 available, potentially theHomebrew version of Python 2 installed, and the Homebrewversion of Python 3 as well.

will launch the Homebrew-installed Python 3 interpreter.

will launch the Homebrew-installed Python 2 interpreter (if any).

will launch the Homebrew-installed Python 3 interpreter.

If the Homebrew version of Python 2 is installed then pip2 will point to Python 2.If the Homebrew version of Python 3 is installed then pip will point to Python 3.

The rest of the guide will assume that python references Python 3.

Pipenv & Virtual Environments¶

The next step is to install Pipenv, so you can install dependencies and manage virtual environments.

A Virtual Environment is a tool to keep the dependencies required by different projectsin separate places, by creating virtual Python environments for them. It solves the“Project X depends on version 1.x but, Project Y needs 4.x” dilemma, and keepsyour global site-packages directory clean and manageable.

For example, you can work on a project which requires Django 1.10 while alsomaintaining a project which requires Django 1.8.

So, onward! To the Pipenv & Virtual Environments docs!

This page is a remixed version of another guide,which is available under the same license.

Download MakeMKV beta

MakeMKV for Windows and Mac OS X is available for download below. MakeMKV for Linuxis available on the forum page.
  • Requires Windows XP or later, x86 or x64.
    • Requires x64 Mac OS X 10.7 or later.
      NOTE: MakeMKV is not signed by Apple, you might need to adjust gatekeeper options in order to install the program.

  • Files integrity may be checked using hash file

Revision history

  • MakeMKV v1.16.4 (8.7.2021 )
  • Required
    • Much better support for discs with Java playlist obfuscation
    • Any Java runtime version is now supported, including Java 16
    • Mac OS: Support for Mac OS 12.0 Monterey
    • Some small improvements
    • Bug fixes:
      • Program failed to recognize some AAC streams with exotic channel encoding
      • Picture dimensions were displayed incorrectly for some exotic HEVC streams
      • Conversion of some DVDs could fail at the very end of title
  • MakeMKV v1.16.3 (18.3.2021 )
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    • Bug fixes:
      • Some non-English messages were displayed incorrectly
      • Opening DVD in manual mode from GUI was broken in 1.16.0
      • Some E-AC3 streams with surround channels were ignored when opening M2TS files
  • MakeMKV v1.16.2 (17.3.2021 )
    • Bug fixes:
      • Mac OS: Program produced random errors when running on OS X 10.11 El Captain or earlier versions
      • Linux: ccextractor is now part of OSS package
  • MakeMKV v1.16.1 (4.3.2021 )
    • Bug fixes:
      • Mac OS: Program could fail to start
      • Mac OS: ccextractor helper app failed to start
      • Windows XP: Program failed to start
    • Some small improvements
  • MakeMKV v1.16.0 (27.2.2021 )
    • ARM port, support for Apple silicon, Linux on ARM
    • MMMBD on OSX - support for applications with hardened runtime (Handbrake)
    • Some internal improvements and small bugfixes
  • MakeMKV v1.15.4 (8.12.2020 )
    • Improved handling for discs with mastering errors
    • Many internal improvements and small bugfixes
    • Implemented seamless joining of TrueHD streams with overlapping frames based on Dominik Mydlil's idea
    • MakeMKV now recognizes and converts double-track Dolby Vision MKV files
    • Bug fixes:
      • Program could fail when processing TrueHD streams from MKV file
      • DTS core was not extracted from DTS-HD streams (1.15.0 regression)
  • MakeMKV v1.15.3 (1.10.2020 )
    • Massive internal rewrite, many bugfixes
    • Improved handling for discs with mastering errors
    • Brand new network code, it is now possible to set proxy server in preferences, to access network over TOR/VPN
    • MakeMKV now can extract Dolby Vision metadata from elementary stream data and rebuild missing or invalid DV descriptors
    • Drive speed control update - MakeMKV now forces low speed when reading data around disc edges, working around firmware bugs
    • Bug fixes:
      • Program could hang or crash when converting files with many audio streams
      • On some multi-segment sources with LPCM audio program failed to produce MKV file
      • Program could crash when producing testdump or when conversion failed
      • On 32-bit x86 system program could run out of memory on big mult-segment sources
  • MakeMKV v1.15.2 (20.7.2020 )
    • Massive internal rewrite, some improvements and small bugfixes
    • Muxer updated to the latest matroska specification
    • Advanced usage changes:
      • Sdftool included as standalone executable
      • Drive speed control option

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  • MakeMKV v1.15.1 (15.4.2020 )
    • Added support for AACS v76 (for those poor souls without LibreDrive)
    • Improved handling for discs with mastering errors
    • Many internal improvements and small bugfixes
    • Bug fixes:
      • For some HD audio streams frames were dropped incorrectly on segment boundaries
  • MakeMKV v1.15.0 (3.3.2020 )
    • User interface update
    • New preferences page for LibMMBD integration
    • Improved handling for discs with mastering errors
    • Better tolerance for corrupted input data
    • Many internal improvements
  • MakeMKV v1.14.7 (4.12.2019 )
    • Bug fixes:
      • Better compatibility for decrypted AACS 2.1 FMTS files
      • Fixed variable expansion bug for default file name template
  • MakeMKV v1.14.6 (2.12.2019 )
    • Added support for AACS 2.1
    • Many small bugfixes and improvements

    System Requirements

    • Supported OS
      • Windows XP or later
      • Mac OS X 10.6 and later
      • Linux x86 or amd64
    • 512 MB of RAM, 1 GB recommended. MakeMKV will run on computers with low memory amountbut conversion speed will be very slow.
    • 10 MB of hard drive space for program files.
    • Adequate hard drive space for converted content. Typical DVD movie takes 6 GB onhard drive. Typical Blu-ray movie takes 30 GB.

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    Beta version restrictions

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    MakeMKV BETA has several major restrictions.
    • Program is time-limited -- it will stop functioning after 60 days. You can alwaysdownload the latest version from makemkv.com that will reset the expiration date.
    • HD-DVD support is limited - some discs may fail to open and not all audio and subtitletracks will be preserved.
    • Blu-ray and DVD discs are fully supported.
    • Computer administrator privileges are required on Windows to run the beta version.This is limitation of Windows SCSI application programming interface. EventuallyMakeMKV will not require administrator privileges to run.
    Aside from restrictions above, the program is fully functional. Produced MKV filesare not degraded in any way and have no time or usage restrictions.