Question about Apple Final Cut Pro 5 for Mac
Did you check to see if the hardware in your computer is compatible with that software? Sounds as if you have a sound card that isn't compatible with the software. Check Media player to see if you get sound out of both speakers, if you do then it could be compatibility issue.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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