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I work for a local ad agency (there's only about four of us on staff here) and we've been shooting several pieces lately. My boss discovered this awesome program called Adobe On Location that allows us to run our cameras live through our laptops, record directly to portable hard drives and tweak all the necessary settings for the production. I was just wondering if anybody has used this before and if it's available on the Mac platform. I was hoping it would be cause at one point in time Adobe was so intertwined with Mac. We have multiple cameras and only two available laptops so adding mine to the mix would be nice if I had a chance. I suppose I could run bootcamp if necessary but I'm not sure how well it would handle all of that.

Just thought it was a question worth asking, thanks guys.
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