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Can ibook G4 be used for Final Cut? Or wait for new Ibook?


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I found a used, dent and scracth for $899, or should I wait to see what is coming?

Thought the new ones where coming next month....not sure about the price points.

Anyone have specs to check this rumored ibook coming soon? (links).

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Hi, rumors say the new iBook (likly to be titled MacBook) will come this tuesday so I really think you should wait and see.

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aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah.

This Tuesday eh'?

Hmmmm, must wait.

new MacBook pro, no 800MB, know a lot of video people passing....the MacBook Pro has specs like a ibook should be....

Hoping the ibook is better, or course, Apple doesn't work that way...

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Anyone have a link to this release for tomorrow? ;)

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Just throwing out a question here:

Why use Final Cut when you have a perfectly good video editing device in iMovie that can be used to make professional looking movies?

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Just throwing out a question here:

Why use Final Cut when you have a perfectly good video editing device in iMovie that can be used to make professional looking movies?


imovie is good but final cut has many more features that imovie lacks since imovie is geared for the consumer and final cut is geared for the pro. im not saying you need those features but if you know how to use them, the video *can* be made to look much better (i.e. incorporation of motion graphics and cool effects in fcp).





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