Does It Work in OS X 10.10 Yosemite?

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If you upgrade, will your video editing application work in OS X 10.10 Yosemite?
With the release of OS X 10.10 Yosemite on October 17th, the main question a lot of people are asking is ?If I upgrade, will my post production software still work?? In this post hopefully you?ll find some clear answers as well as a few tips on how to tweak Yosemite to get it just the way you like it.

Of course, while it can be hard to contain our excitement (ooh something shiny and new!) we all know that upgrading in the middle of a project is generally an idea to be approached with caution ? and at least a back up or two at the ready. Is that ?unbelievable? new feature really worth risking failing to deliver or worse losing everything, should something go wrong? Probably not.

But if you do want to upgrade to OS X 10.10 Yosemite then you can do so for free and in a few clicks. The Yosemite download is over 5GB so it will take a while but you can simply upgrade it ?over the top? of your existing OS. If you want to do a fresh and clean install of Yosemite, like I did when I upgraded my Macbook Pro with an SSD, then this step by step guide from Mashable will talk you through it. If you check out my upgrading SSD postyou?ll also get some useful tips that still apply. The gist of the process is thatyou download the installer, create a mountable USB and install from that. Obviously everything on your system will be deleted by performing a fresh install. read more...

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