Apple-Avid-Adobe: Working from Home

by Larry Jordan

Apple announced that it is extending the free-trial period for Final Cut Pro X to 90 days. It is also, for the first time, offering a 90-day free-trial to Logic Pro X. While these trials directly benefit students and educators who are now learning from home, this also comes in response to offers from both Adobe and Avid.

Link: Apple Announces 90 day-Free Trials

Last week, Adobe published a guide to working from home and collaborating with colleagues remotely. Since these features are part of a Creative Cloud subscription, these collaboration features don’t cost any additional money.

Link:Adobe Releases Guide for Working Collaboratively at Home

Avid also announced guides and licenses to simplify working from home. The licenses are targeted at students, educators, and working professionals. Avid’s new license system allows you to access an Avid license, stored on a company system, from your home.

Link: Avid Releases Guides and Licenses for Working at Home

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