we met last year at IBC. We are a small post in Italy really interested in a mid term investment in Scratch. We a
re planning to buy it in the next 12 months and we were very happy when you announced the
OSX version of your software.
Now I am very upset with Apple because of their new toy Final Cut Pro X. It is very clear that Apple is going to drop the Pro’s market. All the functionalities of FCPx are iMac oriented (no dual screen supported neither AJA or Decklink hardware), no xml and no VTR support. So my question is: are they going to dismiss the Mac Pro production? Are you aware of that? Sorry to bother you with this, but I hope you are in contact with Apple and know something about this sad story. As a professional I think you are an estimator of OSX rather than Windows. Our facility is 100% MacPros based and we don’t want to move to Windows world. Are you planning a Linux version of Scratch? Please answer me “Yes”.
Thanks for your time,
Ed ecco la sua risposta
no needs to switch to linux…we’ll stay in Mac os and the workstations will not disappear…afaik (as far as I know – ndr) that Final Cut pro will not disappear also…let us know when you’ll want to try the new v6.0 on the mac…you will need to have a Mac with Nvidia card, preferably the fx 4000
let us know
Quindi? Dobbiamo aspettarci una nuova versione di Final Cut che non sia l’orrida versione X ma una reale versione 8.0? I Mac Pro quindi continueranno ad esistere? Stando a ciò che dice Nacho sì.
Ce lo auguriamo per noi ma anche per lui.