AppleInsider released images of the new Final Cut Pro X last Sunday, expected soon on the Mac App Store. The response from Ripple Training Inc., which is responsible for the Final Cut Pro training videos, has been quick to arrive and AppleInsider has received a letter of termination and desist.
AppleInsider released last Sunday images of the new Final Cut Pro X , which is expected to arrive very soon at the Mac App Store , even there are some rumors that it would be available next week. The response from Ripple Training Inc. , who is in charge of the Final Cut Pro training videos, has been quick in coming, and just yesterday Kasper Jade from AppleInsider received a letter from cease and desist to remove the copyrighted content from their website .
The following message appears on the page where the images were located:
@MortGoldman2, who posted the images on Twitter , still posted new screenshots of the program yesterday, but this morning they were no longer available in his Twitpic account, which has been removed. According to the company itself, ” during the past weekend, Ripple’s servers were hacked and some of the information was stolen, including, without limitation, the unpublished audiovisual training, copyrighted by Ripple “.
In the absence of, hopefully, a few days before the official presentation of Apple’s new editing and post-production software, shortly we will publish in AppleSupportPhoneNumber an article with the most outstanding new features that we already know about from the presentation that Apple made to companies and workers in the audiovisual world at the beginning of the year.