In this tutorial we will show you how you can check if your Mac has Pro Video Formats installed. These Pro Video Formats are used in certain professional apps including Final Cut Pro X, Motion and Compressor.
If you are a video editor (professional or an amateur one) and love to use Final Cut Pro X, you may also need to use Pro Video Formats. In order to take your videos to the next level, Pro Video Formats support Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and Compressor so that you can use various video formats.
However, before you start using Pro Video Formats, make sure you have installed them on your system.
How To Check If Pro Video Formats Are Install For Final Cut Pro, Motion or Compressor
In order to check if Pro Video Formats are installed, you need to use ‘System Information’, and follow the simple steps below:
- Press and hold the ‘Option’ key
- Now select the Apple menu and then go to ‘System Information’
- Select ‘Installations’ from the ‘Software’ section on the sidebar
- Now click the ‘Software Name’ section heading
- Scroll down and find Pro Video Formats in the Software Name section. You can see the version number of the Pro Video Formats on the ‘Version’ section.
Note: In order to install or update Pro Video Formats on your Mac that runs on macOS Mojave, you can do that by using Software Update in System Preferences.
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