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Motion 2 (Non UB) on a Macbook Pro


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I was woundering if it is possible to install motion 2 (specifically the education version) on a macbook pro and then take advantage of the universal binary crossgrade to final cut studio. I have heard rumors that it along with FCP of the non UB won't install on intel machines.
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If there is an education crossgrade or upgrade, you'll have to buy into that first. Your older PPC coded versions will not install on an Intel Mac. Even if there is a way to trick it, I doubt Motion would be usable.
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Thanks for the reply.
Turns out you dont even need to install the old version for the crossgrade. Just send in the old install DVD.
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