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Hi guys

Has anybody been able to use the warcraft movie capture function with the new iMacs?

When I go to the mac interface options in the game they are all grayed out and if I try to use it it says I don't meet the minimum requirements

Requirements that it lists
Mac OSX 10.4.9 (I have 10.4.10)
Quicktime 7.1.6 (I have 7.2)
Shader capable graphics card

My friend has a white iMac 2.16GHz with upgraded graphics card (256MB) and the movie capture feature works on his machine
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