“One year after its release, Apple’s radically redesigned Mac Pro remains a source of frustration for some video-focused professionals whose workflows are being interrupted by rendering glitches apparently caused by problems with the unit’s ATI graphics system,” Sam Oliver reports for AppleInsider.

“An AppleInsider reader spotlighted the problem this week, but the issues — which center primarily around OpenCL-driven color corrector DaVinci Resolve — first began to appear in May of this year, manifesting as application lockups and visual artifacts on exported video. At the time, Apple’s OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 update was pegged as the cause, with affected users urged to wait for a new update or downgrade to OS X 10.9.2,” Oliver reports. “Problems have continued, however, even after the release of OS X Yosemite.”

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