O Final Cut Pro X it was launched by Apple in June 2011 and since then, a lot of discussion has gone on about it, including teasing, online peties they always solve everything, right? redress, clarification from Apple and abandonment.
Regardless, Apple is striving to deliver an even better product. Proof of this is the new update, 10.0.8, which has just been released by the company. It brought a lot of news, including support for codec Sony XAVC (up to 4K resolution), option to display ProRes Log C files from ARRI ALEXA cameras with Rec. 709 standard color and contrast levels, keyboard shortcuts to adjust the clip's appearance settings in the timeline, corrections of bugs and more.
With the eighth update, it seems that Apple is comfortable enough to speak well of its professional video editing software. Today she updated the page "Final Cut Pro X – In Action" the Portuguese version, ?Final Cut Pro X – In Action?, has not yet been updated, highlighting stories by acclaimed Chinese director Tsui Hark (who migrated to the new software) and Globe and Mail, the largest newspaper in circulation in Canada (which also started using the FCPX).
In addition to the FCPX update, Apple also released updates for Motion (5.0.7; fixing several bugs), Compressor (4.0.7; also with bug fixes and ending the 1GB limit for videos sent to Vimeo) and another one called ProApps QuickTime Codecs (1.0.2; 1.1MB; updates the codecs Apple Intermediate, Apple ProRes, AVC-Intra, DVCPRO HD, HDV, XDCAM HD / EX / HD422, MPEG IMX, Uncompressed 4: 2: 2 and XAVC).
|Final Cut Pro X|
$ 300| 1.64 GB | requires OS X 10.6.8 or higher. Compatible with 64-bit Macs.Developer: Apple.
$ 50 | 230 MB | requires OS X 10.6.8 or higher. Compatible with 64-bit Macs.Developer: Apple.
$ 50 | 1.08 GB | requires OS X 10.6.8 or higher. Compatible with 64-bit Macs.Developer: Apple.