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Apple, Granting Refunds for Final Cut Pro X

Written on June 29, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Receiving several complains from discontented customers, Apple issues refunds for Final Cut Pro X upon request.

Few customers are unsatisfied with the revamped features of Final Cut Pro X, forcing them to claim a refund from Apple. “The new Final Cut Pro X is not a functional application meeting the standards of Final Cut Pro 7″, a user stated in an email message. “It has zero professional features that I can use in my post facility.”

Responding to these complains, an Apple advisor cleared out that they are willing to grant refunds for their customers, and even claimed that the said application “does not contain properties that were highly regarded in the last version.” The advisor sent his apologies and promised that Apple would give refunds for such purchase made on the Mac App Store. The credits will be included on the receipt of purchase within 5-7 business days.

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Final Cut Pro X Out Now!

Written on June 21, 2011 by Aiken Lewis

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It is never too late for Apple’s professional video editing software.

Apple released today their own production software called Final Cut Pro X. FCP X is built from scratch and now comes with new Magnetic Timeline, content management library tools and improved internal plumbing to make film post-making faster and more efficient.

The FCP X is available at the Mac App Store for $299.99. Would-be editors could also avail of the Motion and Compressor apps are $49.99 each.

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Apple Launches Final Cut Pro X

Written on April 13, 2011 by R. Cruise

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The latest version of Apple’s popular video editing is here: The Final Cut Pro X.

Apple finally unveiled the new version of Final Cut Pro at an event at the National Association of Broadcasters trade show in Las Vegas. The newest version of the video-editing software is a “complete rewrite of the 12-year-old platform, according to Apple’s Peter Steinauer and Randy Ubillos.

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