I finally got together with a few friends bought Final Cut Pro. We are a few guys with a lot of video and iMovie has made for our purposes is no longer enough. So we merged. Now, I wanted the program to install on my iMac. All fine and good. Name and serial number entered. A DVD is inserted after the other. The Choice of the content was to install a few things I do not choose, because I myself really only the musicians of our film crew and am therefore working with Logic and Soundtrack Pro, for example, so it already had. Final Cut Pro, however, was gray, I wondered, but thought it was always so, as it indeed needs to be installed. When I finished with the installation was, I discovered that Final Cut Pro was not there? So not in the Programs folder and nowhere else synonymous. I am then in the installer reingegangen and wanted to "FinalCutPro.pkg" Separately. There then came the message "You must have at least OS X 10.3.9 installed. I was surprised because I have Leopard. It was then in the Programs folder, a large 1.9 MB file, when I clicked on it there was the statement "This program is not for this architecture." It would be very nice if you could help me, I have all the support pages on Apple's page and found nothing be trimmed synonymous and the father of a friend asked the director and editors is, but he knew the problem is not ...
Model Identification: iMac7, 1 Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor speed: 2.4 GHz Memory: 3 GB
We have this great Final Cut Studio 2 box about a week at Gravis purchased. What a version number behind the decimal point is I do not know, because I so the program could not install.
It shows in the installation, which is a newer version already installed, but can not, because the program I have never in the hands.
Yours sincerely, and thank you in advance
Antwort von PowerMac:
Schmeisser Soundtrack times and everything is already installed in the trash and install new. A Instructions for manual de-installation:
So I have the problem with a solution. The fact that Final Cut Pro is gray comes BEFORE if Logic Studio Final Cut Studio installed.
1. If it is still running, quit the Final Cut Studio Installer. 2. In Finder, navigate to / Library / Receipts /. 3. Locate the file named ProMediaIO.pkg and drag it to the Trash. 4. Run the Final Cut Studio Installer again.