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Final Cut Pro gets updates for 4K, new Mac Pro



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Apple updates Final Cut Pro for some specific features on the new Mac Pro. The video editing app now supports 4K monitors and utilizing the AMD FirePro Graphics. Version 10.1 also got many other improvements as detailed below. Also Compressor got an update with a new look and additional format support. Motion too got some love.

Final Cut Pro X version 10.1 adds the following features:

Optimized playback and rendering using dual GPUs in the new Mac Pro
Video monitoring up to 4K via Thunderbolt 2 and HDMI on select Mac computers
4K content including titles, transitions, and generators
Libraries allow you to gather multiple events and projects within a single bundle
Easily open and close individual libraries to load just the material you need
Option to import camera media to locations inside or outside of a library
Automatically back up libraries to a user-specified drive or network location
Project Snapshots let you quickly capture the project state for fast versioning
Audio fade handles on individual audio channels in the timeline
Add precise retime speeds by entering them numerically in the timeline
Non-rippling retime option
One step Replace and retime
Custom project frame sizes
Through edits displayed on all clip types
Join Through Edit command removes bladed cuts to clips in the timeline
Detach audio with Multicam clips in the timeline to manipulate audio and video separately
Make video- or audio-only edits into the timeline with Multicam Clips as sources
Blade and move audio in J- and L-cuts
Ability to roll audio with J- and L-cut splits open
Option to hide the Event browser to gain more screen space for viewing
Native support for .MTS and .MT2S files from AVCHD cameras
Used media indicators on source clips
Improved performance with large projects
Improved performance when modifying or adding keywords to many clips at once
Easily move, copy, and paste multiple keyframes
Option for the linear animation with Ken Burns effect
Improved image stabilization with InertiaCam and Tripod mode
Import photos from iOS devices
Proxy and playback quality controls accessible in Viewer menu
Support for portrait/landscape metadata in still images
Effects parameters, fonts, and text size included in XML metadata
Improved support for growing media and edit while ingest
API for custom Share operations using third-party software
FxPlug 3 with custom plug-in interfaces and dual-GPU support
Share directly to YouTube at 4K resolution
Share directly to Chinese video sites Youku and Tudou
Spanish language localization
Final Cut Pro X version 10.1 also improves overall stability and performance, and addresses the following issues:

Loading a library from a SAN is significantly faster
You can eject drives after the libraries on those drives are closed
It is much easier to move clips with transitions in the timeline and lift them out of the Primary Storyline with transitions preserved
Clips can be trimmed completely out of a timeline when using the rolling trim function
Media management functions can be cancelled with undo
Quitting the application cancels background processes
5.1 surround sound audio originating from a camera as AVCHD will no longer be down mixed to stereo during import
If you have transcoded RED RAW files to ProRes through a third-party application, you can relink to the original RED files within Final Cut Pro
Transform correctly maintains linear motion on all keyframes


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