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OS 10.5 - Avid 3.0 on Mac OS X???


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Hi, I am a video student in college and at goodwill
I have found Avid 3.0 for Mac for $3. Unfortuneately its too old
to run on my mac book pro. and I'm kinda new to mac
and was wondering if there is a way to install this on
my mac book whether it be, bridging the hard drive and
having it install whatever older version I have too or
download a program that will alow me to install it.
Anyone have any ideas please let me know.
Avid is pretty hard to get cheap so I would like to utilize this program
and learn it some more.
Thanks
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