Final Cut Pro X
Final Cut Pro X
On completion of your Final Cut Pro X order, Apple will send you one content code for each Final Cut Pro X license you purchased. To redeem each content code from the Mac App Store, your employees or authorized users will need to sign in with an Apple ID and password provided by your organization, company, or institution.
Higher education institutions may purchase and distribute content codes on behalf of their enrolled students. Students can use their personal Apple IDs to redeem the software.
The use of content codes and redeemed software is subject to the terms and conditions of the Mac App Store (http://www.apple.com/legal/itunes/ww/) and the Final Cut Pro X End User License Agreement (http://www.apple.com/legal/sla/).
For detailed information on Final Cut Pro X and its features, click here.
Ratings & Reviews
It has ben a great experience
FCP X has come a long way since its debut in 2011. Having used it successfully at the 2012 Olympic Games, we decided to completely FCP X has come a long way since its debut in 2011. Having used it successfully at the 2012 Olympic Games, we decided to completely switch to FCP X in our post houses in Brussels and in Paris. No regrets whatsoever. Since the 10.1 update it also has become a strong asset in large collaborative workflows and I see more and more television production companies adopting the application. Professional support from Apple has been great for us. FCP X offers the best ROI one can wish. …
- Written by Ronny C from Deerlijk
6 of 7 people found this useful
I Think Apple Has Took A Very Huge Decision To Change The Software's Look & Perfomance I Don't Know that its Good For This Gener I Think Apple Has Took A Very Huge Decision To Change The Software's Look & Perfomance I Don't Know that its Good For This Generation But Finally Delivered A Smart Tool For Editors. …
- Written by Gabriel F from Chembur
26 of 77 people found this useful