Hello I was useing final cut pro 7 . I was sending video with blackmagic or i was catrue but now i cant see blackmagick my mac system is mac os x 10.7.5

hello I was useing final cut pro 7 . I was sending video with blackmagic or i was catrueing but now i cant see blackmagick my mac system is mac os x 10.7.5

Thank you for your reply. My problem is I used to be able to send video via Blackmagic.  But now I can not find the Blackmagic in the menu of premier. How can I divert any bridge with thunderbird or firewall?
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