Watch out for an FCP X Render Bug

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Since the release of FCP X 10.0.6, many of us have been experiencing occasional “frame glitches” in footage rendered directly from FCP X where certain plug-ins have been applied. Ned Soltz, our New York Correspondent, reports

Apple Releases FCP X 10.0.6

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Apple has released FCP X 10.0.6, perhaps the most far reaching of all updates since the released of FCP X in June, 2011.

May you live in interesting times

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It doesn't matter which direction you look - Technology is changing the way we have to think about our work. Oliver Peters explains

 The Mac Pro's (sort of) available now. Assuming you can lay your hands on one, should you get one now, or should you wait. A lot depends on your NLE

Is the end finally near for Final Cut Pro 7?

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Four years after Apple pulled the plug,  Final Cut Pro 7 still plays an important role in the industry. But, with rumours that it will not run on the forthcoming El Capitan OS growing, how long can editors keep relying on it? By Andrew Johnstone.

Into the top half of our Top Ten countdown and this opinion piece from Clayton Moore: Ahead of a significant Apple event on Thursday (this was back in October) he wondered how the company's wildly successful efforts in the consumer space could point to a future NLE resurgence and the rebirth of Final Cut Pro.

A new start-up is marketing complete footage from indie short films, including production scripts and even project files, as teaching tools for schools and anyone who's interested in learning editing and building a reel. And there's a financial incentive for the short makers, too.

FCP Paradox

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Where now for Final Cut Pro users? Patrick Jong Taylor looks at its past, present and future.

Apple's controversial FCP X has received an update timed to coincide with the release of the new Mac Pro

Editshare's top-end features are now avaialble to smaller production companies that want to work together on the same material

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