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Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by austincpy, Feb 6, 2003.
has anyone ever tried to run final cut pro off an iPod?
I don't think it's even possible to install final cut pro on an iPod.
Re: iPod running apps
Um... the iPod doesn't run Os X or heck any real os.
the iPod is Music/Storage.
Not like a palm.
I think that perhaps he means, "Has anyone ever tried to run Final Cut Pro on their computer when the application was stored on their attached iPod?"
In which case, I haven't, as I don't run FCP, but someone here must have.
can't put FCP on my iPod....but I can't put anything else on it either...damn!
I don't see why you couldn't run final cut from an iPod. My Power Mac crashed last week and I was fortunate enough to have backed my entire HD up on the ipod. The best part was that I was able to start up my machine straight from the iPod HD and print my project paperwork in time for my meeting, which meant that the OS and all app's were running from the iPod itself. it would be interesting to see if the iPod would run final cut, because I now know that it will run ProTools and OS 9.2 on it's own.
sorry guys, i meant running FCP off the iPod as a hard disk (what would be the point of running it on its little screen?). thanks for the info, i'm kinda cheap and need more storage for FCP and just wanna use a new iPod i'm gonna get one of these days...