Apple offers some of the industry’s most powerful apps for content creation, whether for editing video or making music. Unfortunately, these apps also come with a hefty price; Final Cut Pro X, for example, is $299 through the Mac App Store. That’s not exactly wallet-friendly if you’re a student barely making ends meet.
Luckily, Apple has a new educational bundle designed to make its apps a lot more accessible. Starting today, you can get Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4, and Main Stage 3 for just $199. Separately, you’d be spending upwards of $600 for all five apps. In other words, the savings are pretty significant.
Final Cut Pro X by itself is $299
The only caveat is the educational bundle is only available to teachers, faculty, staff, and college students. Once you provide the proper credentials, you’ll receive a redemption code, which you can then use in the Mac App Store.
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