Macbooks and Final Cut

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by fredwards, May 18, 2006.

  1. fredwards
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    Has anyone tried running? What's the verdict?

    On the FCP and FC Express pages it says that AGP or PCI-E graphics card is required and makes no mention of the GMA950 meeting minimum requirements.

    Can it run? This is a deal maker/breaker for me :(
     
  2. dr_lha
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    GMA950 is a PCI-Express graphics card. It will run.
     
  3. fredwards
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    sweet thnks for the clarification
     
  4. MRU
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    RESEARCH PEOPLE.

    http://xlr8yourmac.com/


    TOP articles confirm Final Cut works fine and so does Motion Aparently....
     
  5. RiggedProductio
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    Does Final Cut Pro work WELL on a new macbook?

    I'm contemplating making the leap from my ibook to a macbook...I could run final cut pro, but editing on it was impossible. Video was just very sluggish, etc. Do the new macbooks run and edit well with uncompressed raw DV video or is it more of the same? Also: From reading...it seems I need the universal version of Final Cut Pro and cannot use the older versions with the Rosetta software?
     
  6. MRU
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    It will work perfectly, but yes you do need the intel version...
     

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