Final Cut Pro X Volume Licenses: 20+ Seats (price is per seat)

Final Cut Pro X Volume Licenses: 20+ Seats (price is per seat)

$299.99

3.0 out of 5 stars

Based on 4 reviews

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Product Information

  • Overview

    Whether your business or school is large or small, the Apple Volume License Agreement (VLA) provides an easy and cost-effective way to purchase Apple’s Final Cut Pro X software for multiple systems.

    With VLA, you license the right to use Apple software on a specified number of computers at your business or school — you determine how many. Volume Licenses start at 20 seats.

    Customers receive a certificate that authorizes their use of the software for the number of licenses purchased. On completion of your Final Cut Pro X Volume License order, you will receive one content code per license purchased through your VLA. To redeem your software, your employees or authorized users will need to sign in to the Mac App Store with an Apple ID and password provided by your organization, company, or institution. Your use of the content codes and the redeemed software is subject to the terms and conditions applicable to the Mac App Store (http://www.apple.com/legal/itunes/ww/) and the applicable license agreement(s).

    For more details, please contact the Apple Store at 800-854-3680

  • Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    • UPC or EAN No.: D5977Z/A

Ratings & Reviews

Rating Breakdown (3.0 average)
Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
  • Good once you learn it...

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I was one of the people who disliked Final Cut X because I couldn't do several things. Then, after using it for a while, I figure I was one of the people who disliked Final Cut X because I couldn't do several things. Then, after using it for a while, I figured out how to do those things. If you can learn how to make groups and compound clips (command-g and alt-g, use w to make gaps, and the range tool, r, to export pieces of the timeline) you can do just about everything you did in Final Cut 7.

    I have a few frustrations with FCX, but I had problems with FC7 when I originally learned that. You will trade frustrations for different frustrations, but in the end, you can do much more with FCX than FC7, and faster.

    • Written by from Broken Arrow

    14 of 15 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Good once you learn it...
  • Tired of apologists

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    It is very tiring to hear the same tired excuses about this mediocre car with a fantastic engine.
    No we don't have a problem lear It is very tiring to hear the same tired excuses about this mediocre car with a fantastic engine.
    No we don't have a problem learning new paradigms. We've learned it thoroughly and it is crippled. FCPX is simply too clip centric. An editor should be timeline centric. The timeline for editorial is like a score for music.
    FCPX gets raves for its database-like approach to media. As a database programmer I can tell you that their database design is horrific. All the data related to the project is essentially overloaded into the clips/media. It violates all the rules for relational database normalization or even Objected database design
    Imagine building an e-commerce system where there were minimal facilities for creating or tracking orders and all the data related to orders were tied to fields in the inventory database. That's what FCPX is.

    • Written by from new york

    39 of 90 people found this useful

    Was this useful? Tired of apologists
  • The future of editing!

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Many are short sighted because they don't understand the new workflow, but FCP X eliminates a lot of the mindless, tedious work, s Many are short sighted because they don't understand the new workflow, but FCP X eliminates a lot of the mindless, tedious work, speeds overall workflow, and makes is easier to get a full production editing and done much faster.

    • Written by from Gonzales

    56 of 74 people found this useful

    Was this useful? The future of editing!

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