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If you are a Lab user on the Mac platform you will need to use an earlier version of OS X or use Bootcamp to run Windows in order to continue using the software.
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No, HitFilm is not available for Mac, only for PC.
FXhomer127987 wrote:So let me get this straight....Fxhome has replaced VisionLab Studio with Hit Film and its ONLY available for Mac users?
Not quite, it was a business decision. We didn't have the resources, personnel or budget to develop two versions of the software at once, so we opted to start with the one that will offer a return on our investment. We would still love to release a Mac version of HitFilm, though we don't have specific plans to do so at this point. I'm a Mac guy myself, and I know Schwar is also a Mac user, so we'd love to see it become feasible, and are keeping a close eye on the market.
FXhomer127987 wrote:So essentially Fxhome has elected to excommunicate ALL Mac users from their client base. Interesting.
VisionLab is still officially supported, and will be for years to come. Apple's decision to not allow PowerPC software to run in the latest version of Mac OS is unfortunate, and completely out of our control, and will no doubt cause an inconvenience for a number of our Mac users. However, for those who wish to continue running the software, using an older version of Mac OS or through Boot Camp, we will continue to support it and assist with any issues they may run into.
FXhomer127987 wrote:So will Fxhome even bother to support those Mac users that bought the last version of Vision Lab Studio or are they divorced from this community as well?
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