[Tig] Apple Acquires Silicon Color
david alexander davidson
david at solventdreams.com
Wed Oct 18 21:37:17 BST 2006
I'd say it's been indirectly in the DI market already, although
diddlingly, via it's close nurture of Silicon Color from the outset,
perhaps like a large state uses nations by proxy to do certain biddings.
The concern for those who use the tool already for professional DI
work is that it will be further hobbled by Apple's notorious ways of
the eventual dilutional "each-one, teach-one" marketing tactic.
Conversely, opera came from jingles sung from the gutter, yet now
broadcast over the increasingly consolidated airwaves.
What smaller packages like this did for the DI market was (is)
significant. We hope it continues to be in some robust form.
On Oct 18, 2006, at 1:20 PM, Russell Lasson wrote:
> Of course, but Apple's entrance into any market will make some
> waves. Just thought it was worth noting Apple's potential entrance
> into the digital grading market.
> On Oct 18, 2006, at 1:50 PM, david alexander davidson wrote:
>> Not for the price of FCP--a lot more is needed.
>> On Oct 18, 2006, at 12:36 PM, Russell Lasson wrote:
>>> I can hear it now, "Yes! For only the price of Final Cut Pro, you
>>> too can do a digital intermediate on your desktop."
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