Apps iOS News Software, apple, film editing, final cut pro, Final Cut Pro X, movie making — June 21, 2011 15:35 — 1 Comment
Apple’s Final Cut Pro X: it’s hot
“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.”
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.
You can also tag parts of clips with
“I’m blown away by what Apple has done with Final Cut Pro,” said Angus Wall, Academy
Final Cut Pro X is available from the Mac App Store for $299.
For more details take a look at this first look from Macworld