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iMac Intel Core i3 & Final Cut Studio 5


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Can I install Final Cut Studio 5 on an iMac i3 core? I only have an older version of Final Cut Studio. I was able to install it on an Mac Book Pro, but for some reasons I am having trouble installing the software package. Any ideas or answers???
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