Apple is offering free 90-day trials of Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X apps for all in order to help those working from home and looking for something new to master, as well as for students who are already using the tools in school but don’t have the apps on their home computers.
Apple is extending what is normally a 30-day trial for Final Cut Pro X, while a free trial is new to Logic Pro X. The extension to 90 days is for a limited time and will revert to 30 days across both apps in the future.
Trials for both Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X are now available. Customers can download the free trials on the web pages for Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X. The 90-day extension is also available to customers who have already downloaded the free 30-day trial of Final Cut Pro X.
For its part, Avid is offering free temp licenses for remote users of the company’s creative tools. Commercial customers can get a free 90-day license for each registered user of Media Composer | Ultimate, Pro Tools, Pro Tools | Ultimate and Sibelius | Ultimate. For students whose school campuses are closed, any student of an Avid-based learning institution that uses Media Composer, Pro Tools or Sibelius can receive a free 90-day license for the same products.
The offer is open through April 17.
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