Yesterday, Apple announced its Final Cut Pro X video editing software which it says includes features such as a Magnetic Timeline, Content Auto-Analysis and background editing.
Apple yesterday announced Final Cut Pro X, a new version of video editing software which uses a Magnetic Timeline that lets you edit on a flexible, trackless canvas: Content Auto-Analysis that categorises your content upon import by shot type, media and people: and background rendering that allows you to work without interruption. Built on a 64-bit architecture, Final Cut Pro X is available from the Mac App Store for $299.99.
‚Final Cut Pro X is the biggest advance in Pro video editing since the original Final Cut Pro,‚ said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. ‚We have shown it to many of the world’s best Pro editors, and their jaws have dropped.‚
‚I’m blown away by what Apple has done with Final Cut Pro,‚ said Angus Wall, Academy Award-winning film editor. ‚Final Cut Pro X is incredibly modern and fast, but most importantly it lets you focus on telling your story in the most creative way, while it actively manages all of the technical details.‚
At the heart of Final Cut Pro X is the Magnetic Timeline, a trackless approach to editing your footage that lets you add and arrange clips wherever you want them, while other clips instantly slide out of the way. You can use Clip Connections to link primary story clips to other elements like titles and sound effects, so they stay in perfect sync when you move them. You can even combine related story elements into a Compound Clip that can be edited as a single clip. The groundbreaking new Auditions feature lets you swap between a collection of clips to instantly compare alternate takes.
Content Auto-Analysis scans your media on import and tags your content with useful information. Final Cut Pro X then uses that information to dynamically organize your clips into Smart Collections, so you can easily find the clips you want by close up, medium and wide shots as well as media type and the number of people in the shot. You can also tag parts of clips with Range-based keywords to add custom search criteria to your media.
Completely rebuilt from the ground up, Final Cut Pro X is a 64-bit app that takes full advantage of the latest Mac hardware and software so you never have to wait for the next edit, even if you’re working with 4K video. Final Cut Pro X uses multi-threaded processing and the GPU on your graphics card for blazing fast background rendering and superb real-time playback performance. Additionally, a ColorSync-managed color pipeline ensures color consistency from import to output.
Final Cut Pro X also includes powerful tools for audio editing and color correction, and is complemented by two companion apps, Motion 5 for professional motion graphics and Compressor 4 for advanced media encoding, available from the Mac App Store for $49.99 each.
Pricing & Availability
Final Cut Pro X is available today for $299.99 from the Mac App Store. Motion 5 and Compressor 4 are available today for $49.99 each from the Mac App Store. Full system requirements and more information on Final Cut Pro X can be found at www.apple.com/finalcutpro.
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