For a while now, Aperture has been Apple’s signature professional photo management app, similar to what Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro have done for video and music. After WWDC, however, things looked a bit bleak for the software after Apple announced its rollout of its new Photos app – the keynote went by with [...]Show More Summary
On the same day that Apple said it would drop further development of professional photo-editing tool Aperture, the company has announced a variety of enhancements for other key professional tools. The tech giant today released upgrades to its video editor …
Although Apple has now laid Aperture to rest, they did note that development on Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro would continue and to back up that claim, they're now rolling out updates for Final Cut Pro, Motion, Compressor and MainStage through the Mac App Store. Show More Summary
On the heels of Apple's announcement that it will no longer update its professional photography software Aperture, the company issued a round of updates for its remaining pro apps, which the company has said will continue to live on...
Shortly after announcing that its pro photography app Aperture is being discontinued, Apple released a number of updates to its remaining professional desktop applications. Final Cut Pro, Motion, Compressor, and Main Stage on OS X all received updates via the Mac App Store today. See the changes for each professional desktop application below: Final Cut Pro […]
In what is surely a release timed (at least partially) to reassure pro users that they are still paying attention to them, Apple has released updates to its Final Cut Pro X, Motion, Compressor and MainStage apps. Earlier today, Apple...Show More Summary
Apple announced a new Photos app for Mac at WWDC, which is set to bump out the existing Aperture editor, according to a recent statement from Apple. iPhoto will also be replaced, but development for Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro will continue. Show More Summary
Apple on Friday revealed that development on Aperture, its professional-grade photo editing application, has ceased, leaving Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro as its only remaining pro-oriented Mac apps.
When Apple reinvents apps — as they have done in the past with iMovie, Final Cut Pro, and most recently Garage Band — they tend to get a lot of flack from users because major features that people depended upon … Read more ›
Videographers looking for high-end plugins for Final Cut Pro or Premier are used to hunting around for add-ons and shelling out big bucks for their tools. But Red Giant - creators of Trapcode and Magic Bullet - has made finding their video effects as simple as downloading new apps like Adobe's Creative Cloud. Learn more
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 […]