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Final Cut Pro Codec problem solved

For those of you who use an Avid at your place of work but will use Final Cut Pro at home to create your video reel, you are not condemned to a mere slideshow exhibition of your masterpieces! Simply copy the Avid Codec for Quicktime to a disc or floppy then copy it to your home system.

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Copy the codec extensions to the Macintosh HD/Library/Quicktime folder and When you export your video from the Avid system as a Quicktime Reference File, then import them into FCP at home, the result is smooth video to edit baby!

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