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premiere pro on macbook?


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Hi folks, first time here in the forum.

I'm thinking about buying myself a macbook MB061LL/A.

But the problem is that sometimes in the video company I work (everyone has PCs there), I must get a Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 project to finish, or to change it.

So my question is: if I get that macbook MB061LL/A, install the windows xp via boot camp on it, will I be able to work fine with premiere 2.0?

thanks in advance!
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anyone??
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You should i have a macbook 2.oghz 2g ram i am running bootcamp with xp an i am run premiere pro cs3 with no problem.
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u can also run premiere at OSX, no need to install windows to run premiere

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u can also run premiere at OSX, no need to install windows to run premiere
I am running osx version of premiere pro cs3 i was just telling him he shouldn't have any problem.
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