Final Cut X update 10.0.3 makes the tool usable?

Final Cut X might be ready for primetime

Final Cut X is ready to be used professionally? Maybe...

Larry Jordan posted an entry over on his blog about the new Apple update for FCX. Let me preface this by saying I don’t use FCX, nor have I ever liked FCP. I consider myself a Vegas/Premiere guy, much to the chagrin of others who will repeatedly tell me it’s “not the industry standard”. Then again I’m not a professional editor, nor have I ever tried to be. However, I know some of you who are fans of Final Cut, so without further ado here is the feature list:

 

    • Multicam editing with automatic sync and support for mixed formats, mixed frame rates, and up to 64 camera angles
    • Media relink for manual reconnect of projects and Events to new media

  • Ability to import and edit layered Photoshop graphics
  • Advanced chroma keying with controls for color sampling, edge quality, and light wrap
  • XML 1.1 with support for exporting basic primary color grades and both importing and exporting effect parameters and audio keyframes
  • Multiple improvements to the Color Board, including new key commands, editable numeric fields, and adjustable parameters that act like infinite sliders when dragged
  • Ability to reorder color corrections in the Inspector
  • Reveal in Event Browser shows clip range in the filmstrip while in List View
  • Batch offset for clip date and time
  • Ability to search text added to Favorite and Reject ranges
  • Automatic restore of projects and Events in case of file corruption
  • Beta version of broadcast monitoring with third-party PCIe and Thunderbolt I/O devices

The update is now available in the Mac App Store.

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