Apr 15 2007
Apple today introduced Final Cut Server, a new server application that works with Final Cut Studio 2 to provide media asset management and workflow automation for post production and broadcast professionals. A scalable server application that supports workgroups of any size, Final Cut Server includes a cross-platform client that enables content browsing, review and approval from within a studio or over the Internet. Final Cut Server automatically catalogs large collections of assets and enables searching across multiple volumes via an intuitive user interface. Final Cut Server is designed to manage the flow of work, as assets and projects move from producer to editor to artist through the entire production process.
Final Cut Server will be available this summer through the Apple Store, Apple’s retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers for a suggested retail price of USD$999 for one server and 10 concurrent client licenses, and USD$1,999 for one server and unlimited client licenses. Full system requirements and more information on Final Cut Server can be found online.