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iMac 27" ATI Radeon HD 4670, what software can I use to edit HD home movies?

Feb 19, 2010
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I have a 27" iMac, ATI Radeon HD 4670 graphics, I believe this is not powerful enough to run Final Cut Pro, is there any other way to edit movies from HD camcorder?
Dec 3, 2006
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Irvine, CA
Your Mac's Specs
Black Macbook C2D 2GHz 3GB RAM 250GB HD iPhone 4 iPad 3G
Your Mac is more than capable of running Final Cut Pro. My brother has been using Final Cut Pro on his 27" iMac for months now

The only area you might run into a problem is in Color if you're rendering 4K files and DPX since that requires a 512MB card and you only have a 256MB. Though everything else in Color will work just fine

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