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Is Final Cut Pro Required To Get The Prores Option For File Conversions?



I just installed Toast 10 on my new Macbook Air and wanted to test encoding times for mts video files.

On my other Mac I can select ten dozen options, including Apple ProRess 422.

But on the Macbook Air all I see is a dozen of possible conversions in the menu.

The ones I'm looking for aren't even greyed out, they're simply not there.


Perhaps FCP must be installed? Installing Perian didn't do it.

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