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Products > Are your plugins compatible with the new Apple Silicon computers?

Many of our products can already be run natively on Apple Silicon. Each product page now has a top bar informing whether the product runs natively on Apple Silicon and you can also filter the search results to find compatible products (see screenshots below). The current list of Silicon-ready plugins is here: https://www.motionvfx.com/applesilicon

 

We are working on making our remaining plugins compatible. You can already use most of them though (except for mO2) on an Apple Silicon Mac by launching Final Cut Pro or Motion in compatibility mode (using the Rosetta 2 engine that is built into macOS Big Sur). To do that, you need to launch the Terminal and paste a special command to run Motion or FCP via Rosetta 2. You would need to do that every time you launch Motion/FCP, so we've designed a simpler way:

 

Please open Terminal.app (you'll find it in your Applications > Utilities folder), copy the following command, paste it into the Terminal's window (do NOT type it in manually) and press Enter/Return:

bash <(curl -s -L https://cutt.ly/Rosetta2_by_MotionVFX)

After that, you can quickly launch Motion and FCP via the Rosetta 2 emulator using two new icons that will appear in your Dock, surrounded by two blank separators (you can freely re-position these icons and separators within the Dock or drag some of them to Trash).


Here are the aforementioned commands that are run under the hood (in case you prefer launching the host app through Rosetta 2 manually):


– to launch Final Cut Pro:

screen -d -m arch -x86_64 "/Applications/Final Cut Pro.app/Contents/MacOS/Final Cut Pro"

– to launch Motion:

screen -d -m arch -x86_64 "/Applications/Motion.app/Contents/MacOS/Motion"