Final Cut Pro X made a big splash at NAB 2011 last night, “as Apple showed off the latest version of the video application,” Jim Dalrymple reports for The Loop.
“While the company wouldn’t give much information about the other apps in the suite — Motion, Soundtrack Pro, Color, Compressor and DVD Studio Pro — Apple did tell The Loop to ‘stay tuned,'” Dalrymple reports. “Final Cut Pro X will be sold in the Mac App Store in June and will cost $299.”
MacDailyNews Take: That price is ridiculously low for what the product offers.
Dalrymple reports, “Final Cut Pro X included some new features like background rendering, color management, and a ‘magnetic timeline’ that allows clips to be moved in the timeline without displacing other clips.”
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Apple unveils revolutionary Final Cut Pro X at NAB 2011: $299 In June – April 12, 2011