Updating pirated final cut x
This updated was created long before that security preference was a thing in the Mac OS.
A Twitter comment always elicits a response and here is a good one about the security preference above as well as a tip for when this happens: Oh, and that was running Yosemite version 10.10 so we know Final Cut Pro Classic is still working on Apple’s latest operating system. I even went between Final Cut Pro 7 and Final Cut Pro X on the same day so the two FCPs are living together in perfect harmony.
What we gain from that is that if you are just emailing and surfing then you should be fine.
Things get a little more complicated when it comes to using the new OS with FCPX.
We don't know when an upgrade to FCPX will happen to make the use of 10.11 essential, but on past history we think we should be fine until 10.3 is released.
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Upon trying to install I got the warning that the installer is “unsigned” which despite my security preferences allowing “identified developers” this updater won’t launch.
Plus I wanted a backup of all the Final Cut Studio installers in case my discs went bad or the DVD drive on my Mac Pro went bust.
That might include things like family photos if you are working on your personal laptop.
We must also stress that upgrading mid-project carries risks.
And the Pro Applications Update 2010–02 that takes FCP Classic to 7.0.3 is right here.
In fact a good Final Cut Pro 7 “Classic” page to bookmark (if you’re still into this thing) is the FCP7 support page as it’s a good jumping off point for FCP7 in general.