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Apple Final Cut Pro X To Get Updates Every Six Months

Apple Final Cut Pro X To Get Updates Every Six Months

Apple's flagship film editing software finally got its long awaited update with the release of Final Cut Pro X yesterday only to face heavy criticism. The new version was rebuilt from the ground up to be a 64-bit application boasting more power and features all with a lower price. But, it turns out a lot of features pros have come to expect were cut out during the process. In response, Apple reportedly claims to release updates for improvements and missing features every six months.

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Apple Final Cut Pro X released

Apple Final Cut Pro X released

Apple has released Final Cut Pro X, the latest version of the company's professional video editing app. Available for download immediately from the Mac App Store, where it's priced at $299.99, Final Cut Pro X introduces a new Magnetic Timeline which allows for easier placement and rearrangement of clips, rather than the strict timeline in previous versions of the app. There's also two new companion apps, Motion 5 for professional motion graphics and Compressor 4 for advanced media encoding, which are available as individual downloads priced at $49.99 each.

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Adobe: Save 50% if you dump Apple’s Final Cut Pro X for our app

Adobe: Save 50% if you dump Apple’s Final Cut Pro X for our app

Earlier this week we pondered out loud whether Adobe - in addition to releasing various video tutorials showing dissatisfied Apple Final Cut Pro X users how easy it was to jump to Premiere Pro - would sweeten the deal with a discount; what we didn't expect was that discount to amount to a whopping 50-percent. If you've bought Final Cut Pro or Avid Media Composer, you can save half on a new copy of Adobe CS5.5 Production Premium or Premiere Pro CS5.5.

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Apple Officially Responds To Final Cut Pro X Complaints

Apple Officially Responds To Final Cut Pro X Complaints

Apple has been taking a lot of heat for its recently released video editing software update, Final Cut Pro X. What was initially excitement for the update quickly turned to anger and frustration as loyal users discovered a lack of backwards compatibility as well as many missing pro features. Today, Apple gives an official response to all the criticism with a new FAQ page and a rough timeline for upcoming fixes.

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Apple Issues Refunds After Final Cut Pro X Complaints

Apple Issues Refunds After Final Cut Pro X Complaints

When Apple first previewed the next-gen flagship film editing software, Final Cut Pro X, back in April, it was touted as a "jaw-dropping" completely revamped 64-bit masterpiece. And, all for an amazing never before seen low price. However, since its debut last week, loyal users that went for the upgrade have indeed jaw-dropped but not in a good way. Luckily, many that complained were able to get refunds, something not typical of Mac App Store sales.

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Apple Unveils Final Cut Pro X, Now 64-Bit Awesomeness

Apple Unveils Final Cut Pro X, Now 64-Bit Awesomeness

We mentioned before that Apple may be making a "jaw-dropping" announcement at the SuperMeet during the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) event in Las Vegas this week. And now our dreams have come true. Apple just unveiled Final Cut Pro X, a much needed update to the industry's flagship film editing software. It's been rebuilt into a 64-bit application on Apple's Cocoa framework with a brand new interface and support for full background rendering.

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Apple Final Cut Pro Jaw-Dropping Revamp Coming Next Week?

Apple Final Cut Pro Jaw-Dropping Revamp Coming Next Week?

If you're into film making---whether amateur or pro---you've probably crossed paths with Apple's Final Cut Pro at some point in time if you don't already use it on a regular basis. One of the industry's leading movie editing softwares, Final Cut Pro is rumored to get a "jaw-dropping" revamp and a major reveal as soon as next week.

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Apple’s ‘Best of 2014′ list includes old favs, new artists, fun apps

Apple’s ‘Best of 2014′ list includes old favs, new artists, fun apps

With so much media floating around their platform, Apple has once again rolled out their year-end, best-of awards list. They’ve announced their favorites from 2014, along with a few fun surprises for us. Frozen dominated, with its album being iTunes’ best seller in 2014. Theme song Let It Go was the eighth most downloaded song all year, and two Frozen-themed apps were among the most downloaded of 2014. For the rest of apple’s favorites in 2014, keep reading!

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iPad Air 2 Review – Apple builds a new flagship

iPad Air 2 Review – Apple builds a new flagship

Apple is bullish on tablets and, for all it may be the slimmest and lightest of its breed, the iPad Air 2 is undeniably its new heavyweight champion. Dropping weight and bulk while simultaneously gaining power, the iPad Air 2 also dips into the best-selling iPhone 6's pockets for features like Touch ID and Apple Pay. Question is, though, has the new Air done enough to make itself a must-have upgrade?

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