A widely used plug-in to sync video clips now dovetails with multicamera support in Apple's video editor--but Final Cut Pro X's multicam offers its own sync tool.
Apple is pushing out an update to its Final Cut Pro X software this morning, bringing back a feature that pros feel was left out in the company's remake of its high-end video editor.
Apple's brought back a much-requested feature to its Final Cut Pro X pro video editing software as part of a new update that comes with a handful of other tweaks.
Apple's revamped productivity and lifestyle software is free, and full of new features. But some users are howling over what's been taken out.
The latest update to the professional video software adds a number of enticing enhancements.
Adobe has caught up to Apple's Final Cut Pro with support for high-resolution Macs. It can use new MacBook Pro hardware acceleration, too.
What kind of software can you buy for $2,600? Creative Suite 6, arriving in May with a long list of new features for those dealing with photo, video, Web sites, and publishing.
Upcoming CS6 versions of Adobe's flagship video software change significantly, with a streamlined interface for Premiere Pro and performance improvements for After Effects.
The update addresses compatibility, but may break some plug-in features.
Bump launches version 3.0, a major redesign that yanked most major features. It's not the only company to find that products can be better with fewer tools rather than more.