Mac Pro tailor-made to chew through 4K video—now we just need the app for that.
Yesterday’s unveiling of the all-new Mac Pro at Apple’s WWDC keynote certainly made up for the fact that we didn’t see any updates to Apple’s pro apps like we we’re hoping. However, you might have missed Phil Schiller’s rather quick confirmation that a new version of Final Cut Pro X is indeed coming later this […]
Yesterday, while Julie and I were discussing the season finale of “Game of Thrones,” both of us knelt down and said a prayer that some genius — i.e. someone who’s handy with Final Cut Pro — would do a supercut of “Saturday Night Live”‘s “Dick In A Box” just for Theon Greyjoy. (Theon’s wang, of [...]
Color correction—also known as color grading or color timing—is the process of altering the brightness and color values of an image or video. While many of today’s modern video cameras (and still cameras that shoot video) can produce...Show More Summary
Apple released Final Cut Pro X, the newest version of the Final Cut video editing software, back in 2011. It met mixed reviews: Many long-time users of the program found X's changes in layout a step backwards from the previous version,...Show More Summary
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This week, WRNN is hiring a director of technology, as well as an editor/graphics associate and a director of operations. Meanwhile, WNBC is seeking a Final Cut Pro editor, and KNSD is on the hunt for a social media manager. Get theShow More Summary
Editing video involves a lot of trial and error. Which shot works better—the close-up or the wide? Which take? Should I make the shot look warmer or cooler? What kind of sound effect should I use? How about music? This title looks good,...Show More Summary
Apple has updated its Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and Compressor applications, coinciding with the launch of a new campaign to bring former Final Cut Pro users back to the software. Final Cut Pro X now supports Sony’s XAVC codec up to 4K resolution, along with ProRes Logic C from ARRI ALEXA cameras. Show More Summary
Apple would really, really, really appreciate it if you’d give Final Cut Pro X just one more chance. Elsewhere, iPhone 5S rumors are running rampant on the streets, and photographic proof of Steve Jobs's most daring choice. This is the...Show More Summary
Apple on Thursday issued updates to Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and Compressor. Hoping to regain the affection of pro users who have recently strayed from the popular professional video editing software, Apple has rolled out a number of new features and bug fixes that will certainly be well received by the software’s users. If [...]
Hot on the heels of word that Apple was launching a new campaign to try to woo video professionals back into the embrace of Final Cut Pro, Apple has released Final Cut Pro X version 10.0.8, adding new features and shoring up some weaknesses. Here’s what is new in the update: • Support for Sony [...]Show More Summary
The LA Times is reporting that Apple, stinging from criticism from professional users that the 2011 redesign of Final Cut Pro X (US$299.99) had made it a "cheap product aimed at consumers," is launching an online marketing campaign today...Show More Summary
Alongside a new marketing push from Apple to promote its professional-grade video editing software, the company also pushed out a trio of software updates on Thursday for Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and Compressor.
Following reports this morning that Apple was preparing to a launch a new campaign on its website to lure skeptical professionals back to Final Cut Pro X, it has now pushed out updates to the app in addition to smaller updates to its Motion and Compressor apps. Version 10.0.8 of the ‘Final Cut Pro’ Mac [...]
Alongside today's new marketing push to try to win back professional video editors, Apple has released updates for Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and Compressor. While Motion and Compressor have seen mostly minor tweaks and bug fixes, Final...Show More Summary
It has been two years since Apple debuted the completely redesigned Final Cut Pro X in the Mac App Store for only $300. Final Cut Pro X was a simplified, barebones version of the $700 workhorse that came before it, and Apple managed to lose the faith of many media professionals in one fell swoop. [...]Show More Summary
Back in June 2011, Apple launched Final Cut Pro X, a complete reworking of the company's video editing software aimed at professional users, but the new software was met with significant criticism over missing features. ProfessionalShow More Summary
Final Cut Pro X debuted in 2011 to groans from many in the professional video editing community, and now Apple is planning a marketing push to win those users back from its competitors' software.
Today Apple is beginning a campaign to win back the video editing community that abandoned its flagship video editing software following the release of the controversial Final Cut Pro X. The LA Times reports that following several updates to the software over the last two years fixing some of the criticisms, Apple is launching a [...]