Check system requirements
Make sure that you haven't overlooked any hardware aspect that's required to use FinalCutPro. You can view the system requirements on the FinalCutPro7 Technical Specifications page.
Update to the latest software versions
Choose Apple > Software Update and make sure that you have the most recent updates for your versions of FinalCutPro, QuickTime, and other important system files. Installing the latest updates
Some hardware not manufactured by Apple ("third-party" hardware) is compatible with FinalCutPro7. To make the job of choosing compatible third-party hardware simpler, Apple evaluates hundreds of equipment types and models for stability and accuracy. The Apple-qualified devices* listed here are those third-party products that meet Apple’s performance and reliability standards for professional use with FinalCutPro 7.0.3. To find out what Apple hardware is compatible, see the FinalCutPro7
Final Cut Pro 7 - Professional Formats and Workflows
and certification information is available for FinalCutPro X?View FinalCutPro X training resources for more information.What technical support options are available for FinalCutPro X?View FinalCutPro X support resources for detailed information.Where can I get more information about transitioning from FinalCutPro7 to FinalCutPro X?View the FinalCutPro X for FinalCutPro7 Editors white paper.Where can I get more information about Managing Media with FinalCutPro X Libraries? Update and work
Final Cut Pro X: Access media on an archive or disk image
You can import the media from the archive, or import media from disk images previously archived with the FinalCutPro Log and Transfer window in FinalCutPro7 or earlier. When you do this, copies of the media are created on your local disk. Some file-based devices allow you to copy the recorded media (with its original directory structure) to a folder on your computer’s
Final Cut Studio (2009)
FinalCut Studio (2009) includes FinalCutPro7, Motion 4, Compressor 3.5, Soundtrack Pro 3, DVD Studio Pro 4, and Color 1.5. View documentation, tech specs, and more by clicking the links below.
Final Cut Pro X: Compound clips overview
them in the project so that any changes to other instances of the clips do not affect the snapshot. For more information, see Duplicate projects and clips. Note: Compound clips in FinalCutPro X provide all the functionality of the nested sequence feature in FinalCutPro7, with more flexibility and ease of use
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