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FCS 3 on MBP 13.3"


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Hi guys,

just want to ask for some clarifications. i am wondering if the new Final Cut Studio 3 work properly on the new Macbook Pro 13.3". Specifically the Final Cut Pro 7 and the Motion.

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Yes, it should work OK. It would certainly be faster on a more powerful machine such as an i5 MBP but the 13" MBP should be sufficient.
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Thanks for the clarification chscag.
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