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[email]postonly_2005[/email] (Marian) wrote:
What is Virtual Mac? The only software I ever heard of by that name was> Maybe this is a more cost effective solution for imovie than buying a
> My experience is that imovie is the most user friendly video editor of
> all. Since used PC laptops are much less than equivalent Macs, why not
> use an IBM clone as a Mac for video editing?
> My hesitation about this idea is that when I had a Mac and tried using
> 'Virtual PC' to play strategy games it was close to hopeless - slow
> and full of problems, plus it gave me only 70%(?) of the monitor
> Anyone have experience using imovie2/3, FCP on a PC notebook via
> Virtual Mac?
something that was demo-ed but not released, several years ago, for
BeOS. There's a project called vMac, but since it doesn't support
anything more recent than System 7.5.5 it can't run iMovie. What is
this Virtual Mac of which you speak?
Tom "Tom" Harrington
Macaroni, Automated System Maintenance for Mac OS X.
Version 1.4: Best cleanup yet, gets files other tools miss.