Aimed at those who might have more time on their hands and want to learn new skills, or editors who need to work from home, Apple has extended the free trial period for Final Cut Pro X and made a free trial for Logic Pro X.

These are very different times and for many editors it can be challenging with money and work. So we welcome Apple's decision to extend the free trial on Final Cut Pro X from 30 to 90 days.

The trial is a full working version and is not limited or watermarked in any way. All projects made with this version can be opened after the trial if the user wishes to purchase the app. (Had an awful Final Cut Express flashback then!)

If you have already downloaded the free trial, then no problem, you have access to the 90 day period as well.

Also, for the first time, the digital audio workstation (DAW) Logic Pro X has a free trial, again another 90 days.

You can find the free trials on the web pages for Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X.

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