Final Cut Pro X Review
This entry was posted on Wednesday, July 6, 2011.
There is no video editing experience similar to the one you experience on a Mac and since Apple knows this very well they had to keep up with the expectations of their customers. Apple launched the Final Cut Pro X to fulfill your video editing needs and to take full advantage of your Mac OS X.
On the 21st of June 2011, Apple launched a new version of its popular video editing software that has been built from scratch on a 64-bit architecture. The Final Cut Pro X arrives with a wide range of exiting features that fulfills the desire of video editors.
The Magnetic Timeline feature available on Final Cut Pro X allows you to easily edit your clips and eliminate black gaps in the timeline. It also provides you with an interactive animation that shows you what is happening with the timeline as you work.
With compound clips you don’t need to worry about timeline cutter, since you can now group a large number of items and combine them into a single clip.
Powerful Media Organization:
Final Cut Pro X allows you to easily organize your media and clips with different formats, using content auto analysis which sorts your media and creates metadata. Your media is also much easier to locate on Final Cut Pro X using smart collections and direct access to content libraries.
You can now easily place clips, sound effects and music together in the timeline so they can all move together as you work with your video editing.
In addition to the great features added to Final Cut Pro X, the software runs with speed and superior quality backed up by technical features such as resolution independence, GPU utilization and background processing that ensure its smooth operation.
Final Cut Pro X is available for download from Mac App Store for $299.