ProCutX for Final Cut Pro X – Temporarily Free
Don’t miss this app going free today for your iPad. Usually it retails for $17.99/£12.99. PROCUTX for Final Cut Pro X is an iOS iPad application that allows editors to control Final Cut Pro X on their MAC through an iPad. Features Include: • Precision Timeline Scrubbing • Quick Retiming • Auto-Correct Color • Color Grading • Compound Clip Editing • Import, Export, and Rendering shortcuts • Quick Keywording • Fast access to Tools • System Volume Control • Timeline Zooming • Audio Enhancements • Record Voiceovers Click here to download.
ProCutX for Final Cut Pro X – New
PROCUTX for Final Cut Pro X is a unique iOS iPad application that allows editors to control Final Cut Pro X on their Mac through an iPad. Built from the ground up to meet the needs of today’s creative editors, PROCUTX breaks free from the menus and tabs to streamline editor tasks. This application gives users control over all the FCPX editing tools in one clean interface, eliminating the need for clicking and searching through the Final Cut Pro X menus. From import to export, PROCUTX can control every step of the FCPX editing process. This app retails for $24.99/£17.49 and you can download it here.
Final Cut Pro X – Updated Now With XML Support And More…
Apple has updated Final Cut Pro X, that’s the $300 video editing software that was seriously panned when released in the summer. The criticism of the earlier version, particularly from pro video editors, centered around the lack of XML Support amongst other things. CNET reports that this new update takes those comments into account. ‘Among the biggest new feature to be added as part of a software update that will go out to users this morning is support for XML. This adds the option to both import and export projects in the XML format, meaning users can take XML formatted projects from Final Cut Pro 7 and other non linear…
Apple Issues Refund To Final Cut Pro X Customers
TheNextWeb has reported that Apple has begun returning the $299 purchase price of Final Cut Pro X to customers who are unsatisfied with the product’s features and capabilities. Apple has begun issuing refunds to those who have filed an official request using Apple’s Mac App Store Customer Service form. Some customers have received sympathetic email responses from Apple support staff, including: “Moving forward, I understand that you are not satisfied with the app “Final Cut Pro”. I can certainly appreciate you would like a refund, and I would be more than happy to help you out with this today. In five to seven business days, a credit of £179.99 should be posted to the credit…
Final Cut Pro X – First Hands On Video
Matt’s Macintosh wasted no time following on from the Apple announcements today regarding the release of Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5 and Compressor 4. Matt’s a regular YouTube user and has posted a first 10 minute video hands on. It demonstrates some of the new effects and some additional content. Take a look at the video here…
Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4 – Apple Releases New Software To The Mac App Store
Apple have steathly unleashed Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5 and Compressor 4 to the Mac AppStore. "Final Cut Pro X is the biggest adance in Pro editing since the original Final Cut Pro", said Philip Schiller – Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product Marketing. Take a look at these awesome features… Rebuilt from the ground up to meet the needs of today’s creative editors, Final Cut Pro breaks free from the restrictions of old-fashioned timeline tracks. A new, dynamic editing interface lets you experiment freely while working with extraordinary speed and precision. With a visual simplicity that reveals powerful professional tools just when you need them, the Magnetic…
Final Cut Pro X Coming To The Mac App Store – June 2011
The rumor mill has been doing overtime waiting for Apple’s next installment of Final Cut Pro. Last night, we were all sated. At the NAB in Las Vegas Apple’s Chief Architect of Video Applications, Randy Ubilos went full pelt demonstrating the beta version. It has a similar look and feel to iMovie and will be shipped with 64-bit support to make use of more than 4GB of RAM and the facility to handle 4K clips on 8-core editing rigs. This latest version will render in the background allowing the user to edit on the fly, much like iMovie. We’re waiting to get more information directly from Apple and will be…