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iJustine launches Final Cut Pro X training for beginners with new Mac App Store course

[2019-08-15 15:13:54]

Over the last decade, iJustine has seen a lot of success and created a large following while covering Apple, the broader tech industry, and more on YouTube. She’s a known proponent of Final Cut Pro and uses it to create her fun and informative videos. Now she’s launched a Mac app to teach others how to use Final Cut Pro X. The post iJustine launches Final Cut Pro X training for beginners with new Mac App Store course appeared first on 9to5Mac.

iJustine launches Final Cut Pro X training for beginners with new Mac App Store course


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