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Fcp 5 - Macbook Pro Compatibility


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so i've been working on a project in FCP5 on my G4 powerbook (OS X 10.4.10, 1.67 GHz, 1.5 GB RAM). my editor's machine is a macbook pro (OS X 10.5.4, Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.6 GHz, 4 GB RAM). since the spec requirements for installing FCP6 make it impossible for me to upgrade my G4 powerbook, i'm wondering if anyone thinks i'll have any problems installing FCP 5 onto the macbook pro. i need to have both machines be able to share all media and project files.
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I have FCP5 on my MPB with OS X 10.5.2. With limited simple stuff I've done it works fine.

I can't speak the sharing part of your question since I'm a casual user who hasn't had to do that.

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