The 10.0.6 release of Final Cut Pro X, earlier today, is probably the most extensive update to the program since its initial release; with the 10.0.3 release coming in second.
The fever of excitement surrounding the launch of a new Apple product is the envy of every other consumer company in the world. Rumors, gossip, and eager anticipation create a potent mix for marketing.
To get right to the essentials, the reason behind the update is speed – and more speed. Sorenson showed me charts that compared the new Squeeze versus the old Squeeze and, depending upon the video format involved, speeds were 2 to 5 times faster than earlier versions.
Apple updates Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Compressor. Here are the details.
We are all looking forward to the release of Lion on Wednesday this week. So I thought I’d dust off a few thoughts from operating system upgrades from year’s past – just to prevent any problems. First – and most …
By now, you’ve probably read that I am not a fan of upgrading as soon as new software is released. The reasons for this can be found in the Color 1.0.3 release of a couple weeks ago, which broke Color’s …
Today, SmartSound released Sonicfire Pro 5 – a free upgrade to their already extremely useful music software. I’ve been using SmartSound products since about 1997 and have always enjoyed the flexibility they gave me in creating interesting and compelling music …
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