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Briefly: Deliver2Mac client, Final Cut Pro X training course

updated 12:40 pm EDT, Fri September 23, 2011

Final Cut Pro X training

Deliver2Mac has released a new desktop client that acts a central hub for all of its digital download titles, while Manhattan Edit Workshop has launched a new FCPX training course

Virtual Programming has released a new OS X desktop app that allows customers to browse through all of the company's available digital download titles. Similar to Steam, the Deliver2Mac app lets users download, launch, and update games from a central portal. The virtual storefront also offers a place for gamers to download free demos, watch game trailers, and view games by category. Additionally, the company has also released three new games: Hearts of Iron 3: For the Motherland expansion pack, World Challenge Golf 2011, and Europa Universalis III: Chronicles collection.

Virtual Final Cut Pro X training course launched by Manhattan Edit Workshop

A new online training series, titled Classroom in a Cup: Final Cut Pro X, has been launched by Manhattan Edit Workshop. The course offers more than five hours of training divided across 22 chapters, and guides students through some of the new features found in Apple's latest video editing suite. The tutorial is led by Mewshop founder and filmmaker, Josh Apter; and Apple Certified Trainer, Ari Feldman, and can be streamed through the Class on Demand learning platform for $50.

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