I love the new iMac Pro. I've used it to edit every episode of my show, VECTOR. Now, I'm nothing. But that's the point. The power of iMac Pro makes pro-level film-making more accessible to more people than ever before.
To demonstrate the power of iMac Pro, Apple invited a group of renowned filmmakers, CG artists, and motion graphics designers to create a personal piece of work using its advanced technologies. The project was an opportunity for each of them to use this incredibly capable tool to define power through the films they made. From concept development through final preparations for render, iMac Pro proved to be the ultimate creative partner.
Here are a couple examples, along with a behind-the-scenes look at how they were made.
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