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Apple today released Final Cut Pro 6.0.6, which addresses issues with real-time playback in Early 2009 Mac Pros and Xserves. The release notes specify that the issue occurs when working with "complex sequences or high-bandwidth media formats."

The update weighs in at 19.15 MB and requires OS X 10.5.5 or later and an existing installation of Final Cut Pro 6.

Article Link: Apple Releases Final Cut Pro 6.0.6
 

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Do ya think the big updates will come out with snow, hope they're not dead...
 

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Do ya think the big updates will come out with snow, hope they're not dead...

Godzilla like updates
 

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Do ya think the big updates will come out with snow, hope they're not dead...

UPDATE!!!!! I hope :apple: FCS 3.0 comes out in Sept!!!! :D
 

Dr.Pants

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This is great news. Its so unfortunate that hyperthreading doesn't play well with some key programs.
 

jaw04005

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Behind the scenes, I hope they're rewriting Final Cut Pro from scratch. What else have they been doing these last few years?

Final Cut Studio 2 was released in what 2007?
 

mBox

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Behind the scenes, I hope they're rewriting Final Cut Pro from scratch. What else have they been doing these last few years?

Final Cut Studio 2 was released in what 2007?
With recent QT tech updates, Im hoping for the best :)
 

bigandtasty

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Hope FCP 3 does come out this September or sometime before the first of the year.

Would love to see better AVCHD support!

Updates are good either way!
 

yamahadrums

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Apple better focuse on Logic Pro! Tired of seeing updates of their amateur programs. And if they can't handle with the Pro apps better return them where they bought them from.
 

zedsdead

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Good news, but I'm really looking forward to some Pro Apps updates. Really want a rewrite of Final Cut Pro and a new Aperture as well.
 

capstan

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Final Cut Pro

Behind the scenes, I hope they're rewriting Final Cut Pro from scratch. What else have they been doing these last few years?

Final Cut Studio 2 was released in what 2007?

Shame on you Apple!

After a major revision with version 5 dating back to 2005 introducing important improvements (audio routing, multi camera editing), I have waited for a real new version for years but so far nothing! Version 6 introduced mainly the ability to manage file formats, but the core of the application is still the same.

Apple, look at competitors. Edius is managing real time and mixed formats much better, even Premiere Pro has become an interesting program (enough said!).

Frustrating that Apple has put so many efforts on rewriting iMovie from the scratch whilst professionals that trusted Apple solution are still facing bugs that are present from version 1.

Wake up Apple, resting on laurels is never a good choice.
 

DJC PRO

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trust?

"More grist for the rumor mill"

FCS 3

Realtime AVCHD editing
64-bit
Multicore hotness.

Trust..they have not been resting

Well none of that happen. What now? Trust that their going for the dollar, which is in the consumer apps not the pro Apps. Might be a good time to start learning Avid. Ever since Apple started making lots of money, that seems to me their only concern. Whats next? editing on a iphone, from my ichair.
 

nuckinfutz

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Well none of that happen. What now? Trust that their going for the dollar, which is in the consumer apps not the pro Apps. Might be a good time to start learning Avid. Ever since Apple started making lots of money, that seems to me their only concern. Whats next? editing on a iphone, from my ichair.

Apple doesn't make much money at all with their consumer apps. They ain't getting rich at $79 a pop. I don't expect a FCS3 build based on Leopard to contain features that pretty much require Snow Leopard.
 
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