Final Cut Pro 7 now works in Mojave and High Sierra using Retroactive
Thanks to cormiertyshawn895 on GitHub, Final Cut Pro 7 now works in Mojave and High Sierra using the application Retroactive:
I’ve been using FCP 7 on Mojave for awhile now and I haven’t had any problems. The great thing about it is that now you can switch back and forth between using FCP 7 and FCP X 10.4.8 without having to reboot your Mac to a different partition with a different macOS every time. You can only run one Final Cut Pro version at the same time though.
None of the other Final Cut Studio applications (Soundtrack Pro, Motion 4, DVD Studio Pro, Color, etc.) are compatible with Mojave and High Sierra using Retroactive yet…