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µZak is a utility for playing the sound tracks of QuickTime Movies. Just drag the icon of some QuickTime movies, some folders containing QuickTime movies, or even the icon of your hard-disk on µZak, and enjoy the music. Version 1.4 of µZak can also play Finder sounds, AIFF files and raw Midi files (of type 'Midi'). If you have a QuickTime translator component for µLAW files installed (for instance EatAU by Quinn "The Eskimo!") µZak can also play SUN µLAW files (file type ULAW).
Preferences settings are pretty self-explanatory. One thing to look out for is the Cancel current button. It removes the currently playing file from the queue, even if Requeue files after playing is checked. Preferences are saved automatically when the program is quit.
µZak Collection Starter is an AppleScript which can be used to start µZak with your favourite set of movie files. To configure it drop a set of files and/or folders on µZak Collection Starter. When µZak Collection Starter is later run (by double-clicking the AppleScript) it asks µZak to open these items. µZak Collection Starter can even be put in the Startup Items folder, thus providing you with an automatic jukebox. µZak Collection Starter requires AppleScript. If you want to store different sets of movies simply make as many copies of µZak Collection Starter as you need.
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Mac OS 7.x - Mac OS 9.2.2
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II