Those reviews of the June 2011 released Final Cut pro X almost are universally critical, even on Apple’s App Store, the $300 video editing app for Mac was rated just 2.5 stars (out of five) and nearly 500 users gave it one star. And on the widespread backlash, issues focused on the inability to import old FCP files and specify QuickTime export settings, lack of multicamera editing and the support for RED cameras and so on.
But at the end of January, 2012, Apple just released the Final Cut Pro® X v10.0.3 which must satisfy many users with its new revolutionary features, just as what Apple said. With this new version of Final Cut Pro X, you can have the feature of multicam editing which automatically sync up to 64 angles of cam video clips and photos including audio waveforms, video shooting time and date, or timecode, advanced chroma keying which you can handle some complex adjustments, and “enhanced XML for a richer interchange with third party apps and plug-ins that support the fast growing Final Cut Pro X ecosystem”.
This newly released Final Cut Pro X is available now in Mac® App Store™. This Mac video editor is priced at $299.99 and you can install the 30 day free trial first for a try before you pay for it.
More tips for Final Cut Pro:
- How to Convert and Import WMV to Final Cut Pro
- How to import MTS/M2TS files to Final Cut Pro on Mac OS X
- Convert AVI to Final Cut Pro
- Import DVD to Final Cut Pro
- Convert MP4 to Final Cut Pro
- Convert MOV to Final Cut Pro on Mac OS X
- Export FLV from Final Cut Pro or Final Cut Express
- Export WMV from Final Cut Pro