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When was FCE 4 released? What is the usual time between time between new generations? IOW, when would we expect a new FCE do you think?

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Who knows...My guess would be that Apple is working on upgrading all of their software to 64bit. How long that will take to accomplish...anyone's guess.

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Sooner than later, but not later than sooner.

I'm sure if you did some searches for release dates of FCP, FCS and FCE you could come up with a possible answer your self.

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