Apple’s New Final Cut Pro X Soon Hit Mac App Store

Apple has finally launched its long awaited Final Cut Pro X, a major breakthrough in the video-editing software technology which is long awaited by filmmakers, journalists and video professionals at an event at Supermeet in Las Vegas. Although, Apple announced Final Cut Pro X on Tuesday night in a presentation at National Assn. of Broadcasters trade show in Las Vegas, but details are provided now.

As the Final Cut Pro is created from the ground up, it takes full advantage of all the processing cores of the processor. Apple to be very precise doesn’t provide any details of the other apps that are the part of this suite including Motion, DVD Studio Pro, Compressor Pro, Color and Soundtrack Pro.

Besides these apps, the Final Cut Pro X offers a large number of different features as well like color management, background rendering and one remarkable new feature named magnetic timeline. This new feature enables the professionals to move the clip in the timeline without even moving the other clip within the complete timeline.

Apple has set the price for this Final Cut Pro X as $299 and this will be available in the Mac App Store by June 2011.

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