The Mac Pro is quite incredible. Watch the movie at the end of the article to see just how much power this machine has.
Final Cut Pro
Ben Balser shows you three ways that Apple’s two professional apps work together.
Many people have asked about the integration between the two apps. Dan Allen gives a short demo.
Apple began providing “advanced looks” as part of the roll-out to the launch of FCP X and wanted to continue letting us know what’s coming. (I think this is a great idea, because it helps us plan.)Here are the bullet points (none of this was demoed):– Multichannel Audio Editing Tools – Dual Viewers – MXF Plug-in Support – RED camera support
Apple updated its Web site today highlighting a number of ways professional video editors are using Final Cut Pro X.
The ability to import and edit layered graphics files was introduced in Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3. Layered graphics files, such as Adobe Photoshop (PSD) files, can be edited so that each layer appears as a connected clip in the … Continued
Apple has built a completely new, faster, cleaner, and more intuitive digital video editing package. While some professionals are still kicking and screaming about the changes it brings, we predict they’ll eventually be won over by Final Cut Pro X’s significant speed and usability advances. Meanwhile, prosumer video enthusiasts get a less daunting upgrade path to a pro-level Mac editor.
FCPX has come a long way.
Apple on Tuesday updated its professional workflow application, Final Cut Pro X, adding a number of significant features. I spoke with Richard Townhill, Senior Director of Applications Marketing at Apple, to get more details on the release. […]
Jacqui Cheng, for Ars Technica: Which came first: Apple’s creative pro market shrinking, which might have led to dramatic changes in Final Cut Pro; or Apple’s cavalier attitude toward legacy features, which might have frightened video editors? According to the … Continued
An excerpt from John Buck’s book “Timeline”:
Jobs approached Adobe Systems, and asked them to create a consumer version of Premiere that Apple could bundle with the unreleased Mac code-named Kihei. With Apple’s future still uncertain, and Premiere sales growing on the Wintel platform, Adobe said no.
Like so many other things, Jobs was driven by a belief that he was right. When Adobe said no, Jobs created the applications division at Apple that gave us so many great apps over the years.
Apple on Tuesday released a major new version of Final Cut Pro X, the first update to the company’s professional video application since it was released in late June. Final Cut Pro X 10.0.1 focuses on implementing the top user … Continued
Earlier today, Mac Rumors noted that Apple was once again selling Final Cut Studio to people that called the company’s sales line. Apple tonight, explained what’s going on. “As we’ve done before with many end-of-life software products, we have a … Continued
It just keeps piling on for Apple and its Final Cut Pro team.
The pro market is too small for Apple to care about it. Instead of trying to get hundreds or even thousands of video professionals to buy new Macs, they can nail the pro-sumer market and sell to hundreds of thousands … Continued
Adobe made a very smart move on Wednesday offering disgruntled Final Cut Pro users an easy way to switch to Premiere Pro for their video editing needs. I sat down with Premiere’s product manager to discuss the market and what’s … Continued
Apple has posted a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) list for Final Cut Pro X, its recently released pro video editing software. The FAQ seeks to answer some questions that users transitioning to the new software have asked.
Apple has been dealing with some complaints from Final Cut Pro X users who feel the new application is not up to the professional level they’ve come to expect from the app. Not surprisingly, Adobe is stepping up to welcome … Continued
These tutorials are produced by Apple Courseware author Michael Wohl (one of the original designers of the Final Cut Pro software). Learn deep insider secrets about the Final Cut Pro X software from a person who has been instrumental to … Continued
Earlier today Apple unveiled Final Cut Pro X, the newest version of its professional video software, and a hands on video has already been posted to YouTube.
Apple on Tuesday unveiled the latest version of its professional video editing software, Final Cut Pro.
Final Cut Pro is making a big splash at NAB tonight, as Apple showed off the latest version of the video application.
While the company wouldn’t give much information about the other apps in the suite — Motion, Soundtrack Pro, Color, Compressor and DVD Studio Pro — Apple did tell The Loop to “stay tuned.”
Apple on Wednesday introduced Final Cut Pro X, but there was no mention of the other applications in the suite of video apps.
“Today was just a sneak peak of Final Cut Pro, stay tuned,” an Apple representative told The Loop.
Apple on Wednesday unveiled the next major version of its professional video application, Final Cut Pro.
Apple demoed the new software during the SuperMeet at NAB on Wednesday night. According to Macgasm, who has been following several Twitter people attending the event, Final Cut Pro X features full color management via ColorSync.
If it’s not hardware, then it’s software. Apple seems to be doing just about everything right these days and the Golden Globe winners are another example.
Users of Apple’s professional filmmaking software, Final Cut Pro, may be in for a new version in the next couple of months, according to a new report on Monday.
AppleInsider had a story yesterday that Apple was refocusing its professional Final Cut Pro apps to more of a prosumer suite. I talked to Apple today and they said its pro apps are staying pro and its customers will be … Continued
Apple released a pro applications update on Wednesday, targeted to Final Cut Studio users.
Apple released an update for users of its professional applications. ProKit 5.1 is a relatively small download at 16.8MB and is available via software update in Mac OS X or from Apple’s Web site.
There are quite a few non-profit organizations that help impoverished nations, but none seem to have the grassroots approach of Nuru. This one-year old non-profit is using education to help communities, help themselves and they’re using technology to do it.
Rejoice musicians. I’ve been using the new version of Logic Studio for some time and it is amazing.