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    hi all

    i own a copy of edius neo for windows and last year, used it to convert, edit and burn my old VHS files into compact disc format. i was thoroughly impressed with the edius neo software and loved the ease of use.

    i have since upgraded to a mac. i have retained all my original video files, as well as the edius neo project files, on an external hard-drive. aside from bootcamp, which i'm not comfortable using, is there anyway to use edius neo on a mac? or, is there a way to open/convert the edius neo file to use on a mac?

    thanks in advance for any and all help.

  • #2
    Bootcamp is the best way to get the most out of EDIUS and. Neo on a mac.
    Many forum members run it this way.

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    • #3
      Bootcamp is very easy to use and I recommend it for your purpose. Some people have had luck with Parallels but that did not work well for me.
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      • #4
        The best, easiest, and quickest way. Is to avoid bootcamp and install windows as you would a normal PC. At least this way you don't have to unnecessarily partition your drive, which can cause you other problems. If you like, you can install a mac os on another drive, and use the alt key on boot to select os. So if you are using a modern Macpro, just ditch bootcamp.


        • #5
          Don't even think about parallels, or anything than runs under environments or emulations. Modern macs are just Intel based PCs, so no reason for any of the above, just do a straight install as you would any other PC.