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Briefly: FiLMic Pro, Native Instrument Thanksgiving sales

updated 02:30 pm EST, Thu November 24, 2011

Native Instrument five-day sale

In celebration of Thanksgiving, FiLMiC Pro is being offered as a free download in the App Store, while Native Instruments is offering a 50 percent discount on many of its products


FiLMiC Pro, a video production tool for iOS devices, is being offered as a free download through the Thanksgiving weekend. The software, which is generally offered as a $3 purchase, allows users to choose between different video resolutions and frame rates. Controls for independently changing the focus and exposure locks are also included, along with framing tools, single/double reticule modes, audio metering options, and more.

Native Instruments five-day 50 percent sale

Native Instruments has started a five-day sale that offers a 50 percent discount on a number of producer and DJ software products. The sale covers the majority of the KOMPLETE instrument and effects collection, as well as all update and upgrade versions of the TRAKTOR DJ software. In addition, the company has also discounted its iMASCHINE groove creation app for iOS devices. A full list of discounted products can be found online.




by MacNN Staff

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  1. aSevie

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    That didn't last long...Friday AM the app is back to $2.99.

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