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Final Cut Pro Universal NOT Supported By MacBook

If you were thinking about purchasing one of the shiny new MacBooks to run Final Cut Studio on you may be in for quite a surprise. According to Apple, due to the integrated graphics processor in the MacBook, the Final Cut Pro Universal Crossgrade is not supported. This also goes for Motion and other Final Cut Studio Apps. Apple says that although the Universal Crossgrade installer allows for the installation to take place, the MacBook's integrated graphics processor does not allow for float processing and therefore Final Cut Pro along with other Final Cut Studio applications will suffer significant degradation in performance and other issues.

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If you are not familiar with the new Apple laptops, keep in mind that this is the MacBook we are talking about, NOT the MacBook Pro. Hopefully, the Next generation of MacBooks will have these issues worked out.

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