Apple's Final Cut Pro is being updated for the new retina screened Next Gen MacBook Pro. That screenshot above? That's a full size 1080p video on the new 2800 x 1800 resolution on a 15.4-inch screen.
Final Cut Pro X received a shiny new update today, outfitted with support for multicam editing and support for external broadcast monitors. But most importantly is support for a new third-party plugin which lets editors import their sessions from legacy version of Final Cut Pro. Something users had long lamented.
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Final Cut Pro X, a re-imagination of how video editing should be or a botched release beyond any usable recognition, has certainly incensed its share of professional video editors. According to EOSHD, Apple may be refunding copies to placate them.
Did you drop $300 on Final Cut Pro and hate it? Want to leave a negative comment to voice your displeasure? Apparently, you are not alone.
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Matt Toder has been editing video professionally for eight years, and currently works at Gawker.TV. These are his thoughts on Apple's latest Final Cut Pro release.
The next Final Cut Pro, X, is coming out this June for $300. The video editor will be written as a full 64-bit application with support for Grand Central Dispatch (Apple's technology that allows a piece of software to dynamically utilize many processor cores, utilizing a modern CPU more effectively and rendering video…