You're about to download NAÏVE and are ready to start saving time on video editing. Yay! In this article, we'll show you how to install the application.

Download the version for macOS on our website naive.pro. Note that NAÏVE works only on macOS Mojave 10.14 or higher.
After you click on the download button your browser will begin to download the app. By default, the file will end up in your Downloads folder.

Open your Downloads folder in the Dock (or go to the Finder, open a new window and click). You can also open it straight from your browser by clicking the filename at the bottom.

The file ends with .dmg and will look something like this (exact filename depends on the most recent version).

Double-click on the .dmg file. The .dmg file is a disk image. Once the disk image opens, drag-n-drop NAÏVE to your Applications folder or double-click on the app shortcut to install.

Your Mac may tell you that the installer is an application from unindentified developer, and you may be need to change your Security & Privacy settings.

To do it, you need to open System Preferences, for example via Spotlight or Launchpad.

Then click on the Security & Privacy shortcut to open settings.

You need to unlock settings by clicking on the lock at the bottom of window.

Type in your system password to unlock.

Now you can allow applications, downloaded from internet.

Now you can get back to Finder and click on the shortcut in the Applications folder or use Launchpad or Spotlight to launch NAÏVE!

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