Apple Computer has released a Final Cut Studio 2.0.1 update to include fixes, more hardware support and AVCHD log and tansfer support. Early reports from the blogosphere, including professional video editors, have noted that the first shipping version Final Cut Studio 2 had a few issues.
From A Blackmagic Design Press Release: Blackmagic Design Announces Final Cut Studio 2 Support Includes support for ProRes, open format timelines, new easy setup management, and color software San Jose, CA, USA - May 18, 2007 - Blackmagic Design Inc.
In our Video Bits & Bytes segment, Mark has news on Final Cut's new releases, and some camera support gear from U-grip and Kata. Derek is watching a couple beta video sharing sites: joost.com and on-networks, featuring many on-line shows.
reprinted from an Apple press release: NAB, LAS VEGASApril 15, 2007Apple today unveiled Final Cut Studio 2, a significant upgrade to the industrys leading video production suite that delivers new creative tools designed expressly for editors.
In our News & Technology segment with Mark and Derek, JVC's announces a new pro HD camcorder, AJA introduces a miniature converter for H-D-M-I as well as news from Sorenson, Bella, Final Draft and Alienware.
In our News & Technology segment, forget the paid political commercials, YouTube has pols in their real element, uncut and uncensored. Derek and Mark will tell you about that as well as the latest news on the AMD and ATI merger... they'll also have some more news from Adobe and Apple and tell you why you won't be seeing Vista Inside your new computer this holiday season.
Whether you edit feature films for a living or your daughter's birthday party for your family, non-linear digital editing has changed the way professionals, hobbyists and everyone in-between work with media.