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Like you didn’t know this, but Apple came out with a ton of really cool announcements today  – along with the new iPad Mini, two new models of the Mac Mini, a stunning update to the iMac, and even a new iPad, we have a brand new smaller, sleeker, faster Retina Display MacBook Pro!  Starting with this new MacBook Pro, the new Apple MacBook Pro and Mac Pro products will come with Mountain Lion OS X 10.8 pre-installed, and will not be backwards compatible.  So, while now you can install an older OS X to keep your FCP7 workflow rolling along, as you upgrade your hardware, that just won’t be possible.  You as Final Cut Pro 7 user would need to upgrade your application to Final Cut X or a new nonlinear editor.

We know that this not an easy decision, as you have not only your business requirements, but also client and workflow considerations to take into account.   Do you upgrade to FCPX?  Do you move to an Adobe Premiere Pro workflow or an Avid Media Composer workflow? What changes might you need to consider with your storage and other peripherals?

That’s where MelroseMAC can help you.  Depending on your business, your customers and your overall requirements, we are here to consult and help guide you in the next phase of your post-production workflow.  We have experts on staff that can assist you one-on-one, and go through your entire pipeline to ensure you have exactly what you need at every stage at the best possible value.

Send us an email, or call us today to start mapping out your new workflow.


Or stop by any MelroseMAC store location and ask to speak to one of our post-production experts.

We look forward to working with you.


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