Since the "Godzilla" trailer launched earlier this week, Final Cut Pro artists have come out of their basement hideaways to produce YouTube's version of fan fiction--the mandatory mash-up--on their moms' computers.
While it’s hardly the best-known of Apple’s professional tools, Motion 5 ($50) packs an extraordinary punch for video creators and editors, particularly given its low price. Pitched as a tool to let you “customize Final Cut Pro titles,...Show More Summary
While it frustrates some people when Apple redesigns Final Cut Pro or the Mac Pro and it no longer seems to serve the power-user base, it ultimate ends up empowering a far larger base. That's Apple's longstanding mission — to make technology ever-more accessible. Show More Summary
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday granted Apple a patent for a software-driven method of processing and editing 3D video, hinting that the feature may show up in a future version of Final Cut Pro.
In order to create this video Christmas card, Paul Little "took screengrabs, imported them into Photoshop, erased the faces, recorded himself reciting the lines, and mashed them together on Final Cut Pro." It was worth it. (Via BuzzFeed.)
Coinciding with the launch of the redesigned Mac Pro and the upgrade to Final Cut Pro X, Apple’s pro digital audio workstation Logic Pro X has also received a major update — in the form of a Mac Pro-optimized version … Read more ›
Just in time for the new Mac Pro going on sale, Final Cut Pro has gotten a big update, with improved support for 4K. More »
Joining Final Cut Pro X on Thursday, Apple's professional-grade Logic Pro X, Motion and Compressor applications for Mac were updated alongside the start of sales for the new Mac Pro desktop.
The latest update to Final Cut Pro X brings full 4K support, along with some optimizations for the new Mac Pro and a number of other new features.
We already knew that a new version of Final Cut Pro would be debuting alongside the new Mac Pro, but along with FCP 10.1, Apple has also released updates to its other pro apps including Compressor, Motion, and now Logic Pro X. The latest update to Logic Pro X doesn’t change anything I had to […]
Coinciding with the launch of its new Mac Pro, Apple has released an update to Final Cut Pro X — adding new Mac Pro-optimized features to the video editing suite. The update comes as no surprise, since Apple let us … Read more ›
Besides making the new Mac Pro available to order today, Apple has also updated Final Cut Pro X to version 10.1, optimizing it for use with the new powerhouse's dual-GPU's for playback and rendering. And, since you might well be dealing...Show More Summary
Just in time for the new Mac Pro going on sale, Final Cut Pro has gotten a big update, with improved support for 4K. Read more...
As Apple's finally put its redesigned Mac Pro up for sale, the company's also seen fit to update editing software Final Cut Pro. Version 10.1 optimizes "rendering and playback" for the new Mac, but for users of other "select Mac computers," the most...
In conjunction with the new Mac Pro going on sale, Apple has updated its Final Cut Pro video editing app with a slew of updates that take advantage of the machine’s... Keep reading ?
Hot on the heels of Thursday's Mac Pro release, Apple updated its flagship Final Cut Pro video editing software with tweaks and additions tailored to take advantage of the new desktop's capabilities.
Alongside the release of the new Mac Pro, Apple has updated Final Cut Pro in the Mac App Store to take advantage of the machine’s immense raw processing power. Specifically, Apple says that playback and rendering has been optimised for the Mac Pro’s dual GPUs. Final Cut 10.1 also adds 4K support, including monitoring across […]
Apple has revealed its professional application suite --?Aperture, Final Cut Pro X, and Logic Pro X --?has been optimized for the company's upcoming next-generation Mac Pro, and that the desktop computer will bring "unparalleled power" for the software.
Jeff Chow’s CTRL+Console is an iOS app that serves as an alternative control interface for Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro and Quicktime. It has large buttons and powerful gesture commands. Works with both Windows and OS X.
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