Apple to Add Storyboard Tools to iMovie & Final Cut Pro X

Apple to Add Storyboard Tools to iMovie & Final Cut Pro X

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Last week a patent filing revealed that Apple is planning to bring a teleprompter tool to both iMovie and Final Cut Pro X sometime in the future. This week, the adventure deepens. Apple now reveals that they're also thinking about bringing a new and novel Storyboard tool to both programs....
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