Audio Editor And Post-Production Tool Updated

Audiofile Triumph 2.3 includes integration of Final Cut Pro X technologies      03/04/14

Audio Editor And Post-Production Tool Updated


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Audiofile has announced the latest major update to Triumph, their audio editor and post-production tool for Mac.

Audiofile tells us that, currently featured as a "Best New App" and "Great App for Final Cut Pro" on the Mac App Store, Triumph 2.3 now supports Final Cut Pro X XML import and export complete with video preview, placing it among the App Store's most powerful audio editors for sound designers, video editors and filmmakers.

"Triumph 2.3 represents a significant step forward for Final Cut Pro X integration," according to Matthew Foust, Audiofile Managing Partner and co-founder. "With this release we've made it even easier for filmmakers the world over to create sound for their films that is as beautiful and polished as the their visuals."

In addition to bridging the gap between sound design and Final Cut Pro X, Triumph 2.3 introduces iCloud support, adding to its already rich list integrated Mac technologies. With the inclusion of iCloud support, users are now able to share Triumph projects across all of their personal or studio machines and iOS devices.

"Support for the latest Apple technologies isn't just a box we check," says Ev Olcott, Senior Software Architect and co-founder. "Apple technology--from iCloud to Applescript and nearly everything in between--is quite literally at the core of what we do and it has been since the beginning."

Pricing and Availability:
Triumph 2.3 is currently available for $79.99 at the Audiofile store.

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