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juan prado
easy and cheapest way to work with finalcut in a network
on May 9, 2011 at 3:38:29 pm

Hello:

I´ve got all my final cut pro project in a macpro. My boss wants just view and rule out the parts that doesn´t like it from another computer. Could you recommend me the easy and cheapest way to do it.The project is in a final cut 7.0.3. My boss is in final cut 6.Another option than ichat theater.
Thanks a lot.


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Jerry Hofmann
Re: easy and cheapest way to work with finalcut in a network
on May 9, 2011 at 3:40:54 pm

He'll not be able to open your FCP 7 project files, so iChat Theatre might be just the ticket... or you can send him a QT movie he COULD open in FCP 6, make notes with markers or whatever and you'd be able to open that file on your FCP 7 machine.

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juan prado
Re: easy and cheapest way to work with finalcut in a network
on May 9, 2011 at 4:01:42 pm

Thanks a lot:
Do you think that remote desktop or work with xml is a good option?
Thanks again


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Shane Ross
Re: easy and cheapest way to work with finalcut in a network
on May 9, 2011 at 5:14:02 pm

Trying to edit via remote desktop...even watch video that way...is pretty sketchy. Won't be smooth by any stretch of the imagination.

If you boss wants to work flawlessly on a network, they need to have matching versions of the software, and at least an ethernet router to connect the two machines together.

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