At the National Association of Broadcasters' conference in Las Vegas this past weekend, Apple announced Final Cut Pro 4 and DVD Studio Pro 2.
According to Apple's press release, Final Cut Pro 4 introduces RT Extreme, for real-time compositing and effects, "powerful new interface customization tools, new high-quality 8- and 10-bit uncompressed formats and for the first time in an editing system costing less than $100,000, full 32-bit floating point per channel video processing."
Meanwhile Apple says DVD Studio Pro 2 is a "completely new DVD authoring product, rebuilt from the ground up with a breakthrough user interface and packed with innovative features that redefine professional DVD authoring."
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