News spread like wildfire that Apple is killing off pro photo software Aperture, but a handful of new software updates today appears to show a renewed commitment to the Cupertino company's pro video apps.
Getting impatient waiting for Apple to light up its free 12 Days of Gifts app on December 26? Here's a little pro trip: Open the app today and you'll find a special early treat in the guise of two music singles from Lorde absolutely free! But hopefully that will be enough to tide you over, because there are 10 more days of waiting for the rest of the goodies... so tide yourself over for one of them with our weekend recap!
After teasing more than 150 new features for Creative Cloud's pro video applications at the IBC trade show in September, Adobe has finally pulled the trigger on said features, which are now available for download.
Adobe Creative Cloud members awoke to yet another free update waiting for them on Monday, this time in the guise of a Photoshop CC version which includes the company's new Generator technology for streamlining website creation.
The annual NAB show kicks off this weekend, and Adobe is using the opportunity to offer pro video users a peek behind the curtain into development of the next version of Premiere Pro, After Effects and other tools.
While most of the news about Final Cut Pro X in recent months has been focused on companies abandoning the platform for rival Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple has continued to deliver improvements, including a laundry list of changes this week.
The annual National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show is officially underway in Las Vegas, and pro editor Larry Jordan has hit the ground running by documenting an on-the-record pow-wow with Apple discussing the future of Final Cut Pro X.