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Hi, i currently use pinnacle studio ultimate 14 on pc for semi professional video editing on a pc. Im investing in a 27" imac and ditching the pc and would appreciate suggestions for similar software for the mac, ease of use and results.
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Hi, i currently use pinnacle studio ultimate 14 on pc for semi professional video editing on a pc. Im investing in a 27" imac and ditching the pc and would appreciate suggestions for similar software for the mac, ease of use and results.
This is a bit off-topic from your post...but you do realize that:

- buying a Macintosh computer
- learning a new OS,
- and learning a somewhat different video editing program

...you're going to be for quite a learning curve?? What sort of Macintosh and Mac OS experience do you have?

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You probably want Final Cut Pro. I believe it's $200. It's what the pros use.

You have a number of alternatives available to you as well, including Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Symphony, and Media Composer among others. Prices vary.

Pinnacle oddly enough makes a version of their software available for the iPad (?!) but not the Mac. I have not tested it, but it would have to be something less than their desktop software I would think.
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