Apple updates slew of pro apps

Apple today released Pro Applications Update 2007-02 (8.8MB) which includes fixes to underlying frameworks and shared components for the updated Final Cut Studio 2 applications.

Apple also released a slew of updates for select pro applications.

All updates are available via Software Update and as standalone installers.

More info and download links:
• Soundtrack Pro 2.0.2: This update addresses specific customer issues and general performance issues and improves overall stability. – 70MB
• Final Cut Pro 6.0.2: This update addresses specific customer issues and general performance issues, improves overall stability, and supports compatibility for additional video devices. – 38MB
• DVD Studio Pro 4.2.1: This update addresses specific customer issues, compatibility issues, and general performance issues and improves overall stability. – 11.9MB
• Motion 3.0.2: This update addresses specific customer issues and general performance issues, and improves overall stability. – 20.6MB
• Color 1.0.2: This update addresses specific customer issues and general performance issues and improves overall stability. – 79.8MB
• Cinema Tools 4.0.1: This update addresses specific customer issues, general performance issues and improves overall stability. – 10MB
• Compressor 3.0.2: Compressor 3.0.2 and Apple Qmaster 3.0.2 address specific customer issues and compatibility issues. – 95.5MB

14 Comments

  1. “For a rather small company…”

    We can all safely stop thinking of Apple as such. Taking only Market Capitilization into account, today, Apple is the largest computer manufacturer in the world (144.9B), followed closely by IBM (142.54B).

    My company is small with a market cap of approximately 20 million USD. We hope we’ll shake off the ‘small company’ monicker sometime between today and when we reach a market cap of 144.9 billion.

  2. For “advanced” Apple technology is, they tend to release stuff that only the software engineers “know what not to do”, or “haven’t tried that before”. In other words, the technology is indeed excellent until you try to make it do what the developers hadn’t thought of. Premature, but I’ll take any of it any day over the alternative(s).

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