Apple's controversial FCP X has received an update timed to coincide with the release of the new Mac Pro
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We've just heard that Apple is launching its new Mac Pro tomorrow. This is quite possibly the most important computer to burst onto the scene for the video community for at least a decade. Starting price: $2,999
For almost a decade, the Mac Pro has been the workhorse for video editors, VFX artists and animators. But there hasn't been a new model for years, and - consistent, perhaps, with Apple's disastrous launch of Final Cut X, there is a very strong sense amongst professionals that their needs are not foremost in Apple's minds.
The Foundry has revealed to the Apple-watching site Apple Insider that it tested its MARI software on the new Mac Pro, running it on hidden hardware, but able to experience the raw power of this new and radically changed Mac professional paltform
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