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macfilm

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Nov 11, 2007
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Hi, I had Final Cut Studio legacy installed from years ago and have recently deleted it as I work with the current day FCP X now.

I've got two apps left over that I wasn't sure are safe or not to trash, Qmaster and Qadministrator. Are these required at all when working with the current day FCP X, Motion and Compressor?

Running macOS Sierra.

Thanks
 

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casperes1996

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The way Qmaster works in the newer Compressor has been changed a fair bit, and you no longer need those apps, no. Compressor can still schedule jobs for different machines, assuming Compressor is installed on all of them.
 

macfilm

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Nov 11, 2007
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OK thanks for the reply, I'll trash those apps.

I've no use for scheduling jobs, or using multiple computers so it's just simple home use.
 
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