Keeping up with a much-lauded pace of up-to-date updates for its professional video editing suite, Apple is bringing new versions of the video today. Final Cut Pro X, of Motion It's from Compressor that, once again, I will respond to important requests from those working in the area.
Final Cut Pro 10.4.4 incorporates third-party work extensions that are fully integrated editor interface. You can now connect accounts and get content for collaboration (Frame.io), media (Shutterstock) and item management (CatDV), and more should arrive in the future.
The editor now also features mass export of clips and / or projects, a new technology for noise reduction in video (including 360 clips), a new video window. timecode, a new comparative viewer that makes it easy to adjust colors in projects, new “Tiny Planet” spherical visuals, the ability to edit SRT format subtitles, a new comic filter for photos and videos, among others.
In Motion 5.4.2, new features include new color adjustment tools (similar to Final Cut Pro), new filters (including HQ), spherical graphics / animations for 360 video generation, and improvements to working with text with the core text.
Finally, Compressor 4.4.2 now utilizes a 64-bit engine that uses all the memory available on the Mac it is running on, enhancing its video export / encoding performance. Codecs 32-bit devices continue to work perfectly to maintain backward compatibility. The app also exports subtitles in SRT, a very common format on the web.
All three updates are free for all users of the suite and are now available on the Mac App Store. Individual prices have not changed.
Version 5.4.5 (2.3 GB) Requires the macOS 10.14.6 or superior
Version 4.4.6 (324.2 MB) Requires the macOS 10.14.6 or superior