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Revamped Versions of Final Cut Pro Unveiled for iPad and Mac


Apple has recently rolled out the latest editions of Final Cut Pro designed for iPad and Mac devices, bringing a slew of innovative features and enhancements. The iPad version, tailored for the new iPad Pro equipped with the lightning-fast M4 chip, boasts remarkable upgrades such as up to 2x faster rendering speeds and support for up to 4x more streams of ProRes RAW compared to the previous M1 chip. One of the standout features is the Live Multicam functionality, allowing users to seamlessly connect and preview footage from up to four cameras simultaneously. By utilizing a combination of iPhone and iPad units, filmmakers can gain a director’s perspective of each camera angle and exercise manual control through the specialized app, Final Cut Camera. This versatile tool not only powers Live Multicam but can also function independently as a recording app on both iPhone and iPad, enabling adjustments to settings like manual focus, shutter speed, ISO, and more.

Meanwhile, Final Cut Pro for iPad introduces a highly requested feature – external project support. This enhancement offers users increased storage flexibility when working with large files, enabling the creation or opening of projects without consuming internal storage space. Furthermore, compatibility with the new Apple Pencil Pro enhances precision in control, utilizing barrel roll for Live Drawing tools and a squeeze action to swiftly access brushes and settings.

On the Mac front, the new iteration of Final Cut Pro, version 10.8, elevates professional workflows with cutting-edge AI capabilities powered by the Neural Engine in Apple silicon. Notable AI features include Enhance Light and Color, which automatically corrects video coloration, and Smooth Slo-Mo, intelligently blending frames for seamless slow-motion sequences. The update also brings forth enhanced organizational tools to streamline post-production processes, encompassing customized labels for color corrections and video effects in the inspector, a feature to search for and locate clips with missing media or effects in the timeline index, and text-based timeline search functionality enriched with metadata such as reel, scene, camera angle, and more.

Existing users can access the latest Final Cut Pro versions for free, with Final Cut Pro for iPad 23 and Final Cut Pro for Mac 10.84 now available as updates. For new users, Final Cut Pro for iPad 2 can be acquired from the App Store for a subscription fee of $4.99 (U.S.) per month or $49 (U.S.) annually, while Final Cut Pro for Mac 10.8 is purchasable from the Mac App Store for $299.99 (U.S.).


Source: Apple Newsroom

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