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
Final Cut Pro X for Final Cut Pro 7 Editors white paper
View the FinalCutPro X for FinalCutPro7 Editors white paper.
Final Cut Pro 7.0: Boris Calligraphy 2.2 update for Final Cut Pro 7 users
Download the updated version of Boris Calligraphy, Version 2.2, now available from the Boris FX website.
Final Cut Pro 7.0.3: Supported cameras
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
Soundtrack Pro round-trip for advanced audio mixing and sound design Real-time fader automation Variable keyframe thinning Real-time audio filters and effects Sampling up to 96kHz and 24 bits Audio level meters per track Mac OS X Audio Units plug
Soundtrack Pro 3 - Technical Specifications
for multitake comps Final comp functions as stand-alone clip while retaining access to all takes Slide phrases within edit boundaries Professional Multitrack Audio Editing
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