Those of you who fall into the 'creative professional' category will want to take note: Apple is unveiling the new version of its Final Cut Pro software.
With so much focus on mobile devices and the consumer end of things, it can be easy to forget that there are many people in the music, video and graphic arts sectors who have for decades relied on the Mac OS platform and its major applications to make a living.
The Final Cut Pro X release is said to be a major rewrite of the platform, not just a simple update. Several major improvements have been made to speed up performance for the professional video editing tool. The update will also be 64-bit, allowing users to take advantage of the power afforded by newer systems.
The release is set for June at the relatively low prive of $299.
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