Pro Applications update 2010-02 available for OS X

Apple has released an update for its professional applications suites, which include Final Cut Pro, Logic, and other advanced creative professional applications. The update adds compatibility for new camera formats and addresses a number of stability issues.

Apple has released an update for its professional applications suites, which include Final Cut Pro, Logic Studio, and other advanced creative professional applications. The update adds compatibility for new camera formats and addresses a number of stability issues.

Unfortunately, but as we have come to expect, Apple does not detail which formats and stability improvements have been added. Nevertheless, Apple recommends this update for all users running Final Cut Studio, Final Cut Server, and Logic Studio.

The installer includes updates for Final Cut Pro, Motion, Color, Compressor, and Apple Qmaster. It should be available via Software Update for people who have the pro suites installed, but also is available from Apple's support Web page (link below). The standalone download should be 321.1MB in size.

Pro Applications Update 2010-02

The update requires OS X 10.5.8 or later and QuickTime 7.6.2 or later, so be sure you have your system updated with these requirements before installing the update. As always, be sure to make a fully restorable backup before upgrading, and if you use Apple's pro applications, you may want to hold off on updating and monitor the Apple Discussion Forums on the various pro applications to see if other users are experiencing any problems.



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