Apple has unveiled a brand new version of its highly accredited Final Cut Pro X, reports USA Today
Apple’s Final Cut Pro 7 has reigned supreme in the video editing world for years. But, the technology giant insists that the latest overhaul of the editing software will not disappoint.
Final Cut Pro X will cost substantially less than its predecessor ($299.99 vs. $999) and will boast vastly improved editing speed.
Improvements include the ability to take video footage from all different sources (iPhone, point and shoot camera, video camera) and splice them all together seamlessly.
The new software is also designed to work efficiently with memory card footage rather than videotape, a now relatively outmoded form of video production.
Reactions to the Final Cut overhaul are mixed. Adjusting to the new interface will take video editors time and diligence. However, the end result is a more advanced editing mechanism for less than one-third of the price.
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