Apple 'Video Education Bundle' Offers Big Discount On Editing Apps For Students And Teachers

It seems Apple is generously helping out the education sector in some form. The tech company is now offering a massive audio and video editing software deal that is going to be available for students and teachers only.

The bundle includes Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4 and Mainstage 3, all for good $199. The offer sounds amazing considering how the applications are considered pretty advanced aside from being expensive. To put some perspective, Logic X Pro is typically sold for $199 while Final Cut Pro X is priced at $299. The price of all five applications combined would be more than $500.

Final Cut Pro X is a video editing software while Motion allows creatives to make graphic transitions and 2D and 3D titles. Apple's Compressor is described as a simple interface that works with Final Cut Pro in video conversions, allowing users to quickly customize output settings. Logic Pro X, on the other hand, works as an audio editing software, especially for music production. Mainstage is Apple's music app that is designed for live performances.

The deal can be availed by anyone who can verify that they are eligible college students through UNiDAYS. University educators can also avail the exciting bundle. The K-12 sector can also apparently get the offer. This allows educators to teach professional editing to students at an early age.

Individuals who are interested in Apple's offer and eligible for the offer can head over to their official website then choose the specific deal. After making the purchase, an email from Apple will be sent along with the code to get the advanced editing applications found in the Mac App Store.

Aside from applications, discounts on Apple hardware are also available. Best Buy cuts the price of the MacBooks and free iPhone SEs are being handed out for people who will add two iPhone 7, 7 Plus lines.

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