The tools you need. From start to finishing.
With great new features and an intuitive design, Final Cut Pro accelerates post-production. So editors can create and deliver at the speed of thought.
The Magnetic Timeline allows you to easily experiment with story ideas by moving and trimming clips without collisions or sync problems. Use Compound Clips to bundle separate video and audio clips into a single movable package, create Auditions to try out multiple takes in the timeline and use Synchronized Clips to align video with second-source audio automatically. Colour coding makes it easy to identify different types of content, with the ability to customise the look of your timeline while you edit.
Final Cut Pro is built on a powerful 64-bit architecture, which allows you to work with complex projects, larger frame sizes, higher frame rates and more effects. It’s optimised for the high-performance CPU and graphics card in your Mac — including iMac Pro.New
Video noise reduction
Improve the look of archival and low-light images with powerful noise reduction tools that reduce or eliminate grain and video noise. Simple controls let you quickly adjust intensity, and it’s easy to change processing order by dragging the effect in the inspector.New
View project and source media timecode from anywhere in the room. Open the floating window to display a colour-coded list of clip names, timecodes and roles for all clips at the playhead. It’s simple to resize and reposition the window or move it to a second display.
The industry’s most advanced multicam editing lets you automatically sync up to 64 angles of video with different formats, frame sizes and frame rates. View up to 16 angles at once in the Angle Viewer. And open the Angle Editor timeline to move, sync, trim, add effects or colour grade individual clips.
Motion and Compressor
Create stunning effects and sweeping graphics with Motion, including studio-quality 2D and 3D titles you can open and adjust in Final Cut Pro. Use Compressor to create custom export settings and streamline delivery of your movie to the iTunes Store.
We at Appsformypc have tested and used Final Cut Pro X and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂