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Today Apple announced the release of the much anticipated Final Cut Server, “a powerful software solution for media asset management and workflow automation”. Final Cut Server is meant to be used in conjunction with Apple’s Final Cut Studio as a seamless way to manage all the […]

Final Cut Server

Today Apple announced the release of the much anticipated Final Cut Server, “a powerful software solution for media asset management and workflow automation”.

Final Cut Server is meant to be used in conjunction with Apple’s Final Cut Studio as a seamless way to manage all the assets that might go in to video production.

One of Final Cut Server’s biggest features is the ability to search across multiple devices and servers, making it incredibly easy to have a central repository of assets for an entire production team.

Final Cut Server can also be used from a PC, making it an even more viable solution for studios that aren’t 100% Mac.

Pricing for Final Cut Server comes in at $999 for a 10-user license or $1,999 for an unlimited-user license.

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