Is there much “Apple Computer/Software only” screencasting work out there?

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      Hi folks. New member here. Is there much “Apple Computer/Software only” screencasting work out there? I’ve been producing tutorial software screencasts for a little over a year now. I occasionally runacrossa potential screencasting job requiring Mac software such as Final Cut Pro or ScreenFlow (posted requirements).

      I pass up those opportunities because I only have PCs in my office. I like Macs but most of the software I use only runs on PCs (certain CAD apps for example). So the question to the screencasters out there is; would it be worthwhile to buy a Mac for this reason? Have other folks experienced anythingsimilar? (yes, I know Windows can run on a Mac, but my current, powerful PC is doing fine for the moment and running OS X on a PC is against the Apple EULA…)

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