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Apple Computers unveils Final Cut Studio

28-May-2005
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Apple Computers unveils Final Cut Studio

In line with its commitment to continuously offer innovative products, Apple Computers has unveiled the Final Cut Studio in Mumbai recently.

Equipped with state-of-the-art tools, the studio complement Final Cut Pro 5 such as Soundtrack Pro, a revolutionary new audio editing and sound design application, Motion 2.

Rob Schoeben, Apple's Vice President of Applications Marketing, said, "The arrival of Final Cut Studio ushers in a new era of high definition video production that relies on effortless integration of video, audio and effects to elevate production values. Final Cut Studio allows producers to edit in a broad range of HD formats, add stunning motion graphics, sculpt the perfect soundtrack and burn their projects to high def DVDs."

Available through premium video resellers across India, Final Cut Studio comes at a suggested retail price of Rs 71,360. Registered users from any previous version of Final Cut Pro can upgrade it for Rs 39,800 while production suite customers can upgrade it for Rs 28,390.

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