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  1. I am trying to decide whether to purchase the Mac version or the PC version. I have two Macs: a Lion and a Mountain Lion both with iMovie (I'm fairly good at iMovie) and the Mountain LIon also has Final Cut Pro (which I have not used before but am ready and willing to learn), and I have a Windows 7 PC. Which Roxio product will work better to copy home movies from my camera with RCA jacks? Which will copy my VHS tapes better? Do I really need either software since the hardware is available without the software for a lower price? Does the iMovie do everything the software will do? If not, will FInal Cut? I would like to be able to sharpen the home movies a little and remove shakiness, as well as brighten colors that have faded.