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Michael Ogata
Install 3rd party plugins into FCP 7 on Mountain Lion
on Dec 20, 2012 at 2:48:33 am

Hi,

Has anyone had any luck installing a 3rd party plugin such as 'too much too soon' in FCP 7 on Mountain Lion?

I understand in previous OS systems such as Snow Leopard you would just drop your plugins to:

Library/Application Support/Final Cut Pro System Support/Plugins

Doesn't seem possible in Mountain Lion.

Thanks, I appreciate it.


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Dave Farrants
Re: Install 3rd party plugins into FCP 7 on Mountain Lion
on Dec 20, 2012 at 7:09:29 am

No problem here on ML 10.8.2 & FCP 7.0.3, all installed and working fine (considering the age of some of them!).

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Damon Packard
Re: Install 3rd party plugins into FCP 7 on Mountain Lion
on Mar 19, 2015 at 9:59:34 am

I have the same exact problem, running FCP 7.0, Mountain Lion 10.8.3 on Mac Mini. I can't figure out where the hell you install plugins manually, nothing seems to work. I've tried Library/Application Support/Pro Apps/Internal Plugins, I've tried in all the FXplug Folders, in FCP System Support and the "plug-ins" folder in "Library", nothing seems to work. The organization seems to shift/change with every OS and every version of FCP on every computer. For some mysterious reason or another I'm missing the Smoothcam filter and am trying to put it in manually, for whatever reason (or thing I'm doing wrong) I can't seem to be able to. God knows my folders may be all mis-arranged anyway


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