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Macbook - Final cut not supported on macbook?


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I have recently read that the final cut program is no supported for the macbook. because of its intergrated graphics card. i have seen benchmarks tho that show that the macbook can run it and well.
http://www.creativemac.com/articles/...e.jsp?id=43717
anyone tried final cut on theres yet? i wonder how leggy it would be?
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Final Cut Express has been update to run on the Intel systems.

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sorry about the link. where do you see that it is now supported?
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he is mistaken. i think that final cut is not officially supported by apple on macbook, not because its intel (because there is a universal build now) but because of the integrated graphics. still should run fine from what i've read on other forums, but it's not supported on paper and might run slower.
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