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    Commend you all for installing the the updates and sharing your experiences.
    I also sent a FCP X Feedback form to Apple regarding the
    issues and also included a link to this thread so FCP X engineers will be aware.

    For the RED team, please look even deeper into this issue.
    Perhaps consider having some of us to Beta test future RED Apple Installer bug fixes and updates.

    These problems are very real and have been going on for 6 months and counting.

    Let's all commit to getting these R3D/FCP X issues figured out.

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    I don't suppose that anybody can host a copy of 10.5.1 somewhere can they!? Apple cannot provide a download link to a previous version of Final Cut apparently. I'd read somewhere they could.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian Fitzpatrick View Post
    Apple cannot provide a download link to a previous version of Final Cut apparently. I'd read somewhere they could.
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    What? Why?...... That's crazy. Could be an unfortunate Apple store issue.
    Do you have a Time Machine or Carbon Copy Cloner Backup?
    I think you just need the app itself.

    Maybe try Apple's tech support or perhaps a Genius bar at the Apple store.

    In the future, try to make a backup of your FCP X app before updating.
    https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203010

    Hope that can get figured out.

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    I managed to get 10.5.1 by sheer stroke of luck if anybody needs.
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    Started another thread about this but thought I'd ask here as well. Currently using FCP 10.5.1, Apple workflow 17.1 on an M1 Mac. Had to turn off GPU decoding in the REDcode prefs because I was getting corrupted frames in H.264 proxies generated by FCP from Dragon footage. Does anyone know if GPU decode works properly in the new version of FCP and Apple Workflow?
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    Tried FCPX 10.5.2 with Apple workflow 18 and it is quite badly broken. With "better performance" ON the following happens:

    GPU decode ON: Helium footage plays fine. Dragon footage blocky and unusable on playback, okay when paused.
    GPU decode OFF: Both Helium and Dragon blocky.

    And it is not just better performance playback - proxies created by FCP come out blocky as well. See attached screenshot. This happens when GPU Decode is OFF in Redcode prefs. Turning it ON fixes the problem but increases the transcode time dramatically.

    Red should post a warning telling people to avoid this update for now.
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    Has anyone tried the v18 with a 10.4.x version on FCPX? Is it just as bug-filled?
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    According to the release notes: "Added native support for Apple Silicon (requires FCP 10.5.2 or newer)" so I'm not sure it will work but worth a shot.
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    Can everyone please detail the exact hardware they're on (even with M1), how much memory, and which exact version of macOS you're on?

    We've gotten some reports that upgrading to macOS 11.2.2 (because of updated GPU drivers) resolves certain graphical glitches.
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    Thanks Rob! Here are my specs

    Late 2015 iMac 5K 3.3ghz
    32GB RAM
    AMD Radeon R9 M395X with 4GB of GDDR5
    Mac OS 11.2.2
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