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FCP Studio Installation/Licensing Question


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So, I have read all over that you can only install FCP Studio on 2 computers (Laptop and Desktop) but only use one at a time on the same network.

BUT, say a buddy and I want to go half and half on FCP.

Is there any way we can both install it on our own personal MacBooks and use it completely fine or will we run into problems? I know being on the same network and trying to open it on both computers would cause one application to quit, but since we are 20 miles apart would we run into any snags?
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