Video editing professionals have long considered the Final Cut Pro X Plugins for their video production and processing needs. The software program can be used by everyone from serious hobbyists to independent filmmakers and has verified instrumental producing such movies and tv programs as Whiskey Tango Foxtrot and George to the Rescue.
Apple released Final Cut Pro X 10.4.1 on April 9, 2018. There are a variety of notable additional features within the update. Apple’s USDZ AR file format: What you should know. 5 ways new Siri Shortcuts in iOS 12 can automate your job day. Apple’s macOS 10.14 Mojave has big security and privacy updates: Here’s the list. Sign up to our Apple Weekly newsletter. Possibly the most important new feature in version 10.4.1 is ProRes RAW, which Apple describes as combining the visual and workflow advantages of RAW video with ProRes performance. Apple’s new ProRes RAW format lets video editing professionals import, edit, and grade RAW data footage with additional control of highlight and shadow settings.
Because performance is optimized for the macOS platform, video professionals can sample full-quality 4K ProRes RAW files on MacBook Pros and iMacs instantly without rendering. This is far more convenient than needing to render video first before playing back 4K ProRes RAW files. ProRes RAW files are also more compact than ProRes 4444 files; as a result, editors will like more effective corresponding storage servicing video projects.
Closed captioning improvements are another important new upgrade. With all the update, Final Cut Pro X users can create and import closed captioning directly in their FCPX projects. No third-party add-on closed captioning tools are essential, which lowers overall video production costs. Users can use the timeline to generate and associate captions, view closed captions (including during playback), and adjust closed caption text, color, and placement. Multiple languages are supported, including for the very same timeline.
The share window is updated, too. A brand new Roles tab displays titles, video, and audio roles in a single pane, simplifying publishing closed captions.
How to get Final Cut Pro X? The Final Cut Pro X 10.4.1 update is free for existing users. New purchases run $299.99 (an expert Apps Bundle is accessible for Education customers for $199.99), and also the application can zhxspu downloaded and purchased in the App Store. 30-day free trials can be found from Apple’s website.
Requirements for using Final Cut Pro X
The software requires a Mac running macOS 10.13.2 or later, a minimum of 4 GB of RAM (8 GB is recommended), an OpenCL GPU graphics card or Intel HD Graphics 3000 or later, 256 MB of VRAM (although 1 GB is suggested for 4K editing, dealing with 3D titles, and 360-degree video editing) and three.8 GB of free disk space. More information is accessible from Apple’s Final Cut Pro X specification page.
Apple stayed with the interface they introduced in the 10.3 version. In fact, media management, editing, trimming, timeline organization and transitions haven’t changed. Titles are the same, with incorporating seven titles specific for 360° Video. Generators are the same, with adding two new generators for 360° Video. And, so far as I notice, transitions are the same, period.
In other words, all the new formats that have been added to Final Cut Pro X are also maintained by Compressor. NOTE: If you intend to do business with HDR media, buy yourself a little extra storage, you’re likely to need it. And, want to shoot, edit, export and compress 10-bit or greater files. All ProRes formats fully support 10-bit, but some cameras, like AVCHD, do not.
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