So if you weren’t following our Apple’s NAB keynote coverage, no worries since you didn’t miss much. NAB is more pro-oriented event and as we expected, there were only pro-product announcements. The first of which was the Final Cut Server. Final Cut now has over 800k users, users who need to collaborate, this is where Final Cut Server comes in.
Final Cut server is a piece of software that gives editors the ability to collaborate and share video with each other. It’s cross-platform (Mac+PC), and does lots of media asset management. Final Cut Server allows for keyword searching of video clips, access controls, as well as workflow templates.
Final Cut Server will be available sometime next month, and will cost $999 for a 10-user license or $1999 for unlimited concurrent users.