Final Cut Pro video editing

Apple has this week released a new version of its Final Cut Pro video editing application releasing version 10.6.2 and including a number of beneficial features which include voice isolation, duplicate detection as nicely as optimization for their new variety of powerful Mac Studio systems. Check out the video under to learn extra about the new facets which have been previewed earlier than today’s release.

Duplicate detection has been introduced to assist creators to identify duplicate ranges inside the timeline and is mainly beneficial for long-form video content. Other new points covered in Final Cut Pro 10.6.2 consist of the ability to enhance the clarity of speech by means of adjusting the level of background noise the use of machine learning (Requires macOS Monterey 12.3 or later), optimizing playback and graphics overall performance for M1 Max and M1 Ultra on the new Mac Studio, as properly as import Magic Movie and Storyboard projects created with iMovie for iOS version 3.0 into the timeline.

Final Cut Pro 10.6.2 tweaks and enhancements

  • Attach titles and graphics to existing tracker data in the Tracker Options on-screen-control.
  • Choose either pin to a tracker or offset from the tracker in the Tracker Options on-screen-control.
  • Tracking Editor automatically displays in the timeline when performing an object track.
  • Items attached to a tracked object can be scaled in X and Y sizes uniformly.
  • Improves reliability when using the Object Tracker with clips that don’t match the project’s frame rate.
  • Improves reliability when using the Object Tracker in connected storylines.
  • Improves reliability when using Send to Compressor with a compound clip that contains Object Tracker data.
  • Improves functionality when selecting photos and videos with the Photos browser.
  • Improves functionality when dragging photos and videos from the Photos app directly into Final Cut Pro.
  • Improves performance when drawing waveforms.
  • Improves reliability when playing audio from a clip that is reversed in the timeline.
  • Fixes an issue where video scopes would sometimes appear monochrome.
  • Improves reliability when removing effects from retimed clips.
  • Fixes an issue where opening a compound or Multicam clip in a connected storyline would sometimes display an empty timeline.
  • Fixes an issue where opening a project after modifying its starting timecode would sometimes display an empty timeline.
  • Improves reliability when using the keyboard to navigate to captions attached to a secondary storyline.
  • Includes an alpha channel when exporting a PNG file from the timeline.
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In addition to Final Cut Pro 10.6.2 and its corresponding updates to Compressor (4.6.1) and Motion (5.6.1), iMovie receives a significant update as well. iMovie 3.0 introduces new Storyboards and Magic Movie features, which make it easier for creators to get started with making movies.

Here are the full release notes for Final Cut Pro 10.6.2

  • Quickly locate media that appears more than once in a project using highlighted clip ranges or the Timeline Index.
  • Improve the clarity of speech by adjusting the level of background noise using machine learning (Requires macOS Monterey 12.3 or later).
  • Optimized playback and graphics performance for M1 Max and M1 Ultra on the new Mac Studio.
  • Import Magic Movie and Storyboard projects created with iMovie for iOS version 3.0 into the timeline.
  • Adds Korean language support.