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Apple Motion 4 installation troubleshoot

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Hello everyone.

I've been working with Final Cut Pro 7 for the last few months and now I want to start experimenting with Apple Motion 4. My OS is Snow Leopard on a 2008's iMac.

Although I installed Motion from the Final Cut Studio Suite 3, the relevant archive does not appear to my computer, Applications folder included. Of course, all 16 GB of disk needed had been used.

Do you have any idea on how I can activate Motion although I installed it after Final Cut Pro?
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Motion should be by itself in your Applications folder. FCS may have refused to install it due to the lack of video card support. You can run the installer again, but it should just be an app in your app folder on the system drive.

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