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Briefly: FCP X hands-on training, TeleNav GPS Plus update

updated 05:00 pm EDT, Fri June 24, 2011

TeleNav GPS Plus update

Manhattan Edit Workshop will be running a hands-on FCP X training class in July, while TeleNav has outed a new version of its TeleNav GPS Plus software for iOS devices


Manhattan Edit Workshop has launched a new hands-on training course for Final Cut Pro X. The two-day class will be run by Ari Feldman, an Apple Certified Instructor, and will outline all of the major changes introduced with the new FCP release. Some of the covered topics will include: the new interface, background processing, content auto-analysis, smart collections, the magnetic timeline, and more. Hands-on With FCP X will take place on July 9 and 10 from 10am - 5pm EST at the Manhattan Edit Workshop in New York City. Standard registration fees have been set at $500 while Early Bird pricing, which will be offered until June 30, is $300.

TeleNav outs updated version of TeleNav GPS Plus

An updated version of the TeleNav GPS Plus turn-by-turn navigation application for iOS devices has been released in the App Store. In the latest release users can log the miles they travel, as well as export them to e-mail or Excel via the new My Milage feature. A traffic flow indicator has also been added to the navigation screen, and all of the included maps have been upgraded for improved readability. In addition, the prices have been reduced by 50 percent, bringing a full year of service down to $10 and monthly subscriptions to $3. An initial 30-day trial is also offered at a cost of $1.




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