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Final Cut Pro X 10.4 Now Available

Final Cut Pro X has come a long way in the recent years and it’s getting closer and closer to other fully-fledged NLEs that are currently dominating the world of professional video editing software such as Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, and DaVinci Resolve. With

Panasonic GH5 vs iPhone X Video Capabilities Comparison

Besides the Super Retina HD display, A11 Bionic chip with 64-bit architecture, wireless charging, and Face ID support, the latest iPhone X also brings to the table enhanced camera capabilities and more powerful video features including 4K recording at 60fps. And while incremental camera upgrades are commonplace

Final Cut Pro X Recieves the Most Significant Update Yet

Along with its brand new MacBook Pro models, Apple also introduced a significant update to its professional video editing app Final Cut Pro X which seems to be (arguably) the biggest the application has received since it was completely overhauled five years ago. Final Cut Pro X 10.3

How About 4K Editing on an Entry-Level 12-inch MacBook?

Native 4K video editing on a 12-inch MacBook with a 1.1Ghz Core M processor, Intel HD 5300 and 8GB of RAM might seem an impossible task for some, but is it such indeed? Hi-tech vlogger and filmmaker Jonathan Morrison provides the answer in the next video while explaining

Apple iPhone 7 Plus Dual 12 MP Cameras Rival DSLR Photos

Apple just wrapped up their Special Event at which the new Apple Watch Series 2 and new iPhone 7/7 Plus were unveiled to the world. Smart phones, and in particular the iPhone’s staggeringly good photo taking ability, are often credited as “the thing that killed the Point

Apple Drops New 27″ iMac with Retina 5K Display

It’s October and at a keynote somewhere in California, just a few hours ago, the word “amazing” was said over 100 times. You can bet on that, because today Apple held an event during which company executives unveiled some obligatory new products, only a month after the