rumorama – apple buys nuke

rum or rama

Hot off the FCP-L presses, Ian Wilson posts:

Roomer has it, that their Persuasion product, which was to replace Shake, has been canned and replaced with Nuke.  There has just been a Company buy out at the Foundry announced, which adds some weight to the roomer.  4 more sleeps if you are in OZ will tell the story.

Not quite sure how to read that last line, Ian.  Regardlessly, James Culberston quickly followed up with:

Hmmm. Nuke for $999. Send to Nuke from FCP, Keylight included with FCP … the mind boggles.  I’ll take that over Blu-Ray authoring any day.  Fun to contemplate anyway.

Any validation to these “roomers” being reported out there?  In the meantime, I’ll be putting mocha for FCP through its paces.

proactively • rumor mongering • peter

4 Responses to “rumorama – apple buys nuke”

  1. 1 Helgaja
    June 24, 2009 at 9:18 am

    Well, we are now on the 23rd and nothing has happend…. When???
    And why do you say Persuasion, and not phenomenom ???


  2. June 30, 2009 at 12:59 pm

    Persuasion? lol, I think you mean Phenomenon.
    Pity nothing has happened of this of late.
    Only FCP 6.0.6 coming out as an update. hmmmmm. Apple better do something soon else there will be a of of people jumping ship.

  3. July 8, 2009 at 6:43 am

    Ummm… If you click that image it takes you to a whole article about the Foundry “buy-out”, and Apple has nothing to do with it. Perhaps somebody miss understood, or the article has been update with the most recent info.

    Still no hope for Shake… 😦

  4. July 25, 2009 at 8:55 pm

    Roomers about a wrongly referred to piece of Apple vapourware? Sounds like Ian really has his finger on the pulse.

    Apple is pretty much dead to the visual effects world. Shake is still being used in places, but most shops that I know of have moved (or are moving) to Nuke with no sign of Apple making any kind of comeback.

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