Video Editing Software Review:Apple Final Cut Studio 2

Videomaker by Mark Montgomery Final Cut Studio 2A Cut Above Apple Final Cut Studio 2 has grabbed a good deal of attention in the world of video editing - Â ­rightfully so. A lot of anticipation and energy were focused on the pre-NAB announcement. Now that the box is finally here, we're equally excited to do this Final Cut Studio 2 review. But, before we get started, it's important to note that Color, the newest addition to the Studio package, will be reviewed separately to give more attention to this new application. Now, off we go. Time to Upgrade Final Cut Studio 2 comes with a lot of bells and whistles, including 55GB of additional templates, content and tutorials. Mix that in with the required 4GB of hard drive space for the applications, and you might be in need of a new hard drive. Sure, you could just install the applications, but the fun stuff is in the extra content. Also, you'll need to have at least a PowerPC G4 1.25GHz processor and 1GB of RAM, which might push out a few of you with older machines. Check the full tech specs for more information.Our Final Cut Studio 2 review has been conducted on a Mac Pro with two 3GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon processors, 8GB of RAM and running Mac OS X (version 10.4.9). That's well over the system requirements. read more...

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