• Apple updates Final Cut Pro X with third-party app integrations, batch sharing, and more

    25 days ago - By Macworld

    Apple on Thursday released Final Cut Pro X version 10.4.4, a major update to the company's professional video editor. Available through the Mac App Store the big change is that the app now supports workflow extensions that allow users to directly access third-party apps and services. In its announcement of the update, Apple highlighted three workflow extensions that are now available to Final Cut Pro X users:
    Frame.io , a service for team collaboration, review, and approvals.
    Shutterstock for accessing stock videos and photographs for use in FCP projects. To read this article in full,
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  • Final Cut Pro X gets third-party extensions and better noise reduction

    Final Cut Pro X gets third-party extensions and better noise reduction

    25 days ago - By SlashGear

    Final Cut Pro X has received an update that brings workflow extensions for popular third-party services and apps, including Shutterstock and Frame.io. The new support brings the extensions to the editing interface with a design that matches, the end result being a tight integration for rapid access to popular tools. In addition, the update adds new features targeted at professional...
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  • Instagram Ramps Up Shopping Tools Ahead of Holidays

    Instagram Ramps Up Shopping Tools Ahead of Holidays

    25 days ago - By Phone Scoop

    Instagram has integrated shopping deeper into its mobile app. The latest version of Instagram, which people use to share photos and videos, adds a shopping collection, or a way for people to save potential purchase items for later. People can return to the items they've saved via their profile. The company is testing a redesign of the Shop tab that appears on business profiles. The idea is to let people quickly see all the products from that retailer as they appear in Instagram posts/stories. Instagram says this is a good way to browse all the products from a single company at once. Last...
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  • Apple is reportedly developing its own modem for iPhones

    Apple is reportedly developing its own modem for iPhones

    25 days ago - By Phone Arena

    Apple iPhone XS
    As Apple has grown in size over the years, the company has tried to both diversify its supply chain and reduce its dependence on third-party components by creating its own CPUs and GPUs, among other things. According to a new report by Bloomberg, though, the Silicon Valley-based giant could soon introduce its own modem.
    Over the past month, Apple has posted no less than 10 job listings on its website. The company is hiring both hardware and software engineers to work on a number of wireless components, which certainly ...
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  • Apple's Final Cut Pro X just got a big update. Here's what's new

    Apple's Final Cut Pro X just got a big update. Here's what's new

    25 days ago - By TechCrunch

    Apple's pro-grade video editing tool Final Cut Pro X is getting a big update today.
    While much of FCPX is getting polished up in this release, the biggest change is what it allows for moving forward: workflow extensions. These extensions allow third-party apps and services to hook right into FCPX and build on top of the native interface and functionality.
    Apple partnered with three companies to build out extensions for launch day:
    Frame.io: Frame.io lets video producers share in-progress edits, allowing collaborators to view the project as it comes together and drop comments...
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  • Apple adds third-party app integration to Final Cut Pro X

    Apple adds third-party app integration to Final Cut Pro X

    25 days ago - By The Verge

    Final Cut Pro X, Apple's professional video-editing software, is adding some updates today that will integrate third-party apps directly within the editing interface. Though third-party plug-ins and special effects have already been available for the software, today's news opens up Final Cut Pro X for third-party app developers to further streamline the editing workflow. “This is the first time we are allowing third-party app integrations at this level that tie so tightly to the FCPX engine,” an Apple spokesperson said.
    Apple is calling these third-party integrations “workflow extensions,”...
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