Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, demoed the just-announced new versions of
Final Cut Pro 4,
DVD Studio Pro 2, and
yesterday during his
NAB 2003 keynote address.
With help from Paul Saccone, Final Cut Pro product marketing manager, Schiller showed the audience — which included mainly journalists and digital video professionals — some of Final Cut Pro’s 300 new features. Stuart English and Ted Schilowitz of Panasonic also came onstage to tout the benefits of Apple’s high-end video editing application.
“There’s a whole ecosystem occurring around Final Cut Pro’s workflow,” Schiller said.
After Schiller introduced DVD Studio Pro 2, Brian Schmidt, product marketing manager, gave the audience a taste of what’s coming later this year. Shake 3 was demoed by Dion Scoppettuolo.