Release year: 2021
Developer site: https://www.apple.com/final-cut-pro/
Architecture: Intel, Silicon (ARM)
Interface Language: English, Spanish, German, Simplified Chinese, French, Japanese
Tablet: Program cured (K’ed by TNT)
Intel, Silicon, 64-bit processor
Apple macOS X 11.5.1 or later
4GB RAM (8GB recommended for 4K)
Video cards with Metal support, 1 GB recommended for 4K, 3D or 360° video.
3.8 GB free disk space
Description: Final Cut Pro has been Apple’s flagship video editing program for years, but Final Cut Pro X sees a brand new version that has been rebuilt from the bottom up for 64-bit Macs.
Apple says Final Cut Pro has a revolutionary new video editing system centered around the magnetic timeline that fixes clip collisions and timing issues. This new magnetic timeline lets you edit on a flexible, crack-free canvas, while Content Auto-Analysis categorizes your content on import by shot type, media, and people. There’s also less waiting to render because Final Cut Pro X now supports background rendering while you continue editing.
Final Cut Pro X is less fussy about importing frames than earlier versions. It now supports a wider range of formats, including DSLR’s own AVCHD and H.264. Final Cut Pro X was designed to squeeze every inch out of 64-bit Macs and require at least 2GB of RAM, but for larger projects and richer effects, you’re strongly advised to have at least 4GB – especially if you want to export in 4K.
The main interface has been given a fresh new Cocoa base, making it sleeker and generally easier to use, though its increasingly iMovie-like. For some pros, this can be a little annoying, as it makes Final Cut look and feel a little more amateurish than previous versions. Information: Support macOS Monterey
Improves reliability when using drag and drop to replace a transition.
Improves reliability when dragging a transition onto a connected clip.
Fixes an issue where custom sound effects don’t always appear in the Sound Effects browser.