final cut

  • Apple Releases Final Cut Pro X, $299 In App Store

    Videographers take note: $299 will now get you one of the most powerful video editing suites in the whole wide world. Final Cut Pro X includes a new magnetic timeline, content auto-analysis, improved import features, and background rendering. What is this Magnetic Timeline you ask? At the heart of Final Cut Pro X is the Magnetic Timeline, a trackless approach to editing your footage that lets… Read More

  • Another Apple rumor: Freaky Blu-ray multi-HDD enclosure


    Apple has, I think rightly, stayed mostly out of the Blu-ray/HD DVD fiasco. They have an online distribution system that works, and they don’t think people want to watch hi-def movies on their MacBooks. Fair enough. But what about all those cinematographers and video editing pros who need Blu-ray authoring ability on the Mac Pro they do their Final Cut stuff on? Well, rumor has it there… Read More

  • Rumor: Red's Redcode coming to Final Cut Studio as native at Macworld

    Part of Macworld next month will be a thing called the Final Cut Pro group, just for you video guys. And we’ve been tracking rumors that there will be a special surprise on the 16th. We’ve done some digging, and we’re fairly sure that this surprise has something to do with the Red One camera and Final Cut’s integration with Redcode. In reality it’ll be an update… Read More

  • Final Cut Studio 2 Unveiled

    Video professionals rejoiced — rejoiced, we tell you — on Sunday as Apple unveiled Final Cut Studio 2. Due out in May, this behemoth of a package comes with all the necessary tools to, ah, you know, create a movie. Improvements include Apple’s new ProRes 422 format for uncompressed HD, Motion 3 with a new UI, Soundtrack Pro 2, Compressor 3 for batch encoding, DVD Studio Pro… Read More