Apple announces Final Cut Server
Apple today announced an entirely new product at their NAB special event. Final Cut Server takes the grunt work of video editing away from the client computer (encoding, media asset management) and puts it on a central server. With improved workflows, review tools, and automated encoding and publishing Final Cut Server will be popular.
Apple is taking an aggressive stance on pricing, as is usual with their Final Cut products. 10 licenses will cost you $999 while unlimited licenses go for $1999.
We'll have more on this when Apple updates their site.
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