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Does Final Cut Studio run on the new Intel-based Mac computers?
The current version of Final Cut Studio is not supported on Intel-based Mac computers with Rosetta. A Universal version of Final Cut Studio will be available before the end of March 2006. Universal applications are designed to run flawlessly on both Intel- and PowerPC-based Mac computers.

If I buy Final Cut Studio today, can I get the Universal version when it’s available?
Yes. All owners of Final Cut Studio are eligible for a low-cost “crossgrade” to the Universal version for $49.

How much does it cost to upgrade to Final Cut Studio?
To make it easy to move to Final Cut Studio, Apple is offering low-cost upgrades from retail versions of Final Cut Pro, DVD Studio Pro 4, Motion 2, Soundtrack Pro, and Production Suite. When you take advantage of this offer, you’ll get the Universal version of Final Cut Studio when it becomes available.

Application Price
Final Cut Pro 5 $99
DVD Studio Pro 4, Motion 2, or Soundtrack Pro $199
Final Cut Pro 4.X/HD or Production Suite $199
Final Cut Pro 1, 2, or 3 $699

How do I get the Final Cut Studio upgrade?
After February 1, 2006, visit Apple.com again for complete details on the upgrade program, including an order form. A Universal version of Final Cut Studio is expected to ship by March 31, 2006.
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Thanks for the info.

Those prices are ridiculous. Right after you shell out $2500 for a MacBook, you have to shell out another $400 even if you already own the Suite.

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Thanks for the info.

Those prices are ridiculous. Right after you shell out $2500 for a MacBook, you have to shell out another $400 even if you already own the Suite.

Awesome.
Yeah, it seems pricey, but in the end, a lot of the people who use this software make money on it, so as long as you use it for more than a hobby, it's an acceptable expense...

However, I think they should have just planned an actual software update to go with this new universal package, so you are actually getting new features for your buck...
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