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UP Studio


Systems Requirements

Operating systems:

Windows 7 (SP1) or higher (32 bit and 64 bit) Mac OS 10.10

Hardware requirements:

OpenGL 2.0 At least 4GB of RAM

UP Studio Version​
1, When working with Touchscreen Program over v1.5, users can specify the number of prints before hit the “Print”.
2, Fixed the issue that data transmission could not be stopped.
3, The Task file data transmission is optimized if working with Touch Screen Program 1.5.7 and above.
The Touch Screen Program 1.5.7 has been released. Please upgrade your machine.
Mac OS / iPhone iOS / iPad iOS
UP Studio Release(With MatDef Sepearated): App Store Local
MatDef 1.0.2: App Store Local
Activation file for App Store: LDK for 2.7.2
Previous Releases: 2.6.5
FAQs for UP Studio
Previous versions for all platforms.

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How to fix "UP Studio is damaged and can't be opened"?

After downloading and installing the DMG file for UP Studio, you will find the UP Studio icon on your Mac.

Clicking the icon, if you are using the latest iOS, you could have an error message popped up showing that the program is damaged like the following.

The reason you are having this error message is that, the latest iOS is forbidden users to run the programs downloaded outside Mac App Store for security reasons.

In order to solve this issue, you need to temporarily lower the security level of your Mac, enable the UP Studio, and then raise the security level back to the normal level. To do all of that, you need to be an administrator, or have the administrator’s privileges.


This article is not the right source to help you understand the security levels or administrator’s privileges on Mac. Please seek helps from the right people before move forward following the instruction below.

Assuming you have the Admin privileges, when having the error message above, you sure do not want to move the UP Studio to Trash. You click the “Cancel”.

Then, find the “Terminal” program on your Mac, which can be located in the /Applications/Utilities folder.

Clicking the “Terminal” icon, a command line terminal will pop up, in which you can enter the following command.

Then hit the return.

The system will ask you to enter your password. Assuming you have the admin privileges, you enter your login password and hit the return. If you do not have the privileges, the system will response an error.

Clicking the UP Studio icon again, the following message will pop up.

By choosing “Open”, you will successfully have the UP Studio program opened.

Finally, you need to lower the security level back to before, and you need to run the following command in the Terminal.

Hope everything explained here is helpful, and if you have further questions, please contact:

Happy Printing!