Blackmagic release Resolve 10.1 update

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Blackmagic Designs have released an update to their Resolve Colour Grading software, version 10.1, adding support for the FCPX 10.1 XML format, an easy way to switch between multiple takes and rich text titles.

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.

RedShark Review: Ned Soltz takes Denver Riddle’s ACES-compatible $149 Color Finale Pro for a spin and is impressed with what he finds.

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

FCP Paradox

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

We're wondering whether FCP X was always designed with the New Mac Pro in mind - years before either was launched

Larry Jordan is a well known video industry figure, whose webcasts are listened to in 175 countries. We asked him about editing, color correction, the cloud, and whether he's looking forward to April's NAB - the biggest show of the year

Why FCPX 10.3 is the NLE of the future

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Opinion: Final Cut Pro X might have driven swarms of editors into the arms of Apple’s rivals, but with FCPX 10.3 Apple finally delivered on the promise of the software and, if you edit, you owe it to yourself to leave your preconceptions at the door and check it out. By Khaled Spiewak.

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

 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

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