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Discussion in 'OS X Yosemite (10.10)' started by FenixStryker, Oct 16, 2014.
I need this program for school...
Someone help me please.
No problem. #relax
Right Click on Final Cut Pro in the Applications folder
Click on Show Package Contents
Double Click on Final Cut Pro
Tada! leave the Terminal Window open and save often! Final Cut Pro is a little unstable at times on Yosemite.
Hopefully others can help you out... but maybe you could install Mavericks or what ever operating system you were using before Yosemite on a separate partition. Or you could simply downgrade back to previous operating system. I know this isn't ideal.
I know you're never supposed to upgrade immediately on a work computer, but damn. You'd think Apple would have their first party apps ready for prime-time!
I suppose we are talking about a legal version here. If yes, just update it via the app store to the latest version.
It's really hard to relax when this is what happened..
They haven't updated to support Yosemite.
Time for me to drop out of college then. This is ridiculous.
This is why I'm not updating until at least Yosemite 10.10.1
I have too many apps that i depend on for my workflow ....
Yeah... that's happened to me a few times. I've only ever found restarting (yes, that silly feature) to help. But, yes, you're doing exactly the same as I do:
Also, nice to see Markiplier Ha.
If you made a Time Machine backup of Mavericks before you installed Yosemite, you can be back in Mavericks in a matter of moments with everything running. If not, download Mavericks (if need be) and install again.
Alright I'll try that out. I'm just really worried right now. I feel like I should wait to use bootcamp and partition my hd. Yosemite seems like it's going to have a lot of issues. I just bought a copy of windows too actually.
And yes, I love Markiplier. <3
I watch his vids from time to time...
I've been running Yosemite (legitimate DP's) since DP1. Technically it's my Bosses Apple ID, and I provide him with an iOS Beta (we split the bills). Anyway, so yes, many of us have had to come up with a solution to getting Final Cut Pro to work. This was the solution I used, otherwise you can edit the plist file /System/Library/CoreServices/CoreTypes.bundle/Contents/Resources/Exceptions.plist, find com.apple.FinalCut and set HardDisabled to "No".
But many of us have it working.
Also, Windows 10 is nice and can be run in Bootcamp & Parallels. That's what I'm doing.
O-oh okay..!! Quick question where is the plist file located?
Ha, um... just said where it's located.
I'm sorry! I'm really stupid and not exactly good at this stuff. I went to go look for core services and I can't find it!
No problem... Try this
Click on the desktop (so Finder is the program running)
Hold Shift, Command, and hit G
Find the Exceptions Plist file
Mavericks is no longer available in the app store, so unless you previously downloaded Mavericks, you won't be able to download it anymore.
Okay! So I realized I made a mistake on my part, but regardless I did get to the plist file
I know you said to change HardDisabled to "no" but uh did you mean erase that and put "no" or...?
Sounds like you have a hacked version of Final Cut - because with the update that was released bringing Final Cut to 10.1.3, it works just fine.
Don't complain stuff doesn't work when you've stolen it! (presumably) lol =)
Yes because it's so funny. *******.
You need to update FCPX to the current version 10.1.3. Your old version will not run on Yosemite. 10.0.8 the version your running is 4 or 5 updates old. That's why is doesn't work.
Hopes this helps.
Can't you just upgrade to 10.1.3 ? It's working fine on Yosemite for me so far.
EDIT: Wow, sorry for being redundant, others posted nearly at the same time.
The update only shows up in the app store when you have legally purchased the software. Considering the OP is quite a few updates behind, it seems pretty obvious he is running a stolen version of the program and cannot update it.
What school are you at? Can't you use Creative Cloud / Premiere Pro CC? Much more suited to real-world production.