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Updated video editing app from Apple

22 Jun 11

Apple today announced a new version of it’s popular video editing application Final Cut Pro. Version X is said to completely reinvent editing with a Magnetic Timeline that lets you edit on a flexible, trackless canvas; content auto-analysis that categorises your content upon import by shot type, media and people; and background rendering that allows you to work without interruption.



"I’m blown away by what Apple has done with Final Cut Pro,” said Angus Wall, Academy Award-winning film editor. "Final Cut Pro X is incredibly modern and fast, but most importantly it lets you focus on telling your story in the most creative way, while it actively manages all of the technical details.”



The app is built for 64-bit mac’s and is available now from the Mac App Store for NZ $399.99.


More info here.

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