Apple makes Final Cut Pro X work better for remote and collaborative video editing jobs. The Apple company is always updating to improved its apps daily. The new major update to Final Cut Pro X has involved several new improvements to make the software easier to work with.
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Apple Makes Final Cut Pro X Work Better For Remote And Collaborative Video Editing
Apple announced a new major update to Final Cut Pro X that adds several new improvements to proxy workflows. This makes the software far more suited and features remote and collaborative editing for videos. The version 10.4.9 update also adds several other useful new features, including a machine learning-powered “Smart Confirm” feature that can automatically crop videos for social media platforms like Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter.
However, Proxy files are smaller, lower-resolution versions of an original clip designed to make editing easier on lower-powered or offline machines (for example, on a laptop at home because you can’t access your company’s high-powered Mac Pro in your shutdown office). The new Final Cut Pro X update now makes it easier to move the entirety of a proxy project to another device. These including non-proxy files like images, titles, or motion graphics. This means you can easily share a much smaller version of your video project, fully edit it remotely, and then pass it back to your main computer for final color correction, effects, and export.
The Final Cut Pro X is also getting more flexible proxy options for even smaller project sizes: it now supports creating proxies at 50, 25, and 12.5 percent resolutions and supports both ProRes and H.264 formats. Furthermore, clips that don’t have proxy files are either because you didn’t have time to compress them or because it’s already compressed. It can be used together with proxy clips now (previously, Final Cut Pro would simply just not show those clips alongside proxy files).
The Apple Final Cut Pro X New Feature
The new major feature introduced in this update is called Smart Conform. The uses of the machine is using it learning to automatically analyze video clips for “dominant motion”. Also, then automatically crops them to a specified size including square and vertical clips for Instagram and other platforms. Apple’s playing a bit of catch-up here, given that Adobe already added a similar feature to premiere Pro in its last major update. (https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/auto-reframe.html). But it should be a useful addition for Final Cut users regardless.
There’s also a variety of other improvements available in the new update, including new plug-ins for Canon and RED RAW files that adds Metal support. This allows playback of 8K Canon Cinema RAW Light files for the first time and faster 8K transcoding for RED RAW files. Also, this new update adds a simplified command for cross-fading audio between two clips and the ability to see ISO, color temperature, and exposure offset adjustments for ProRes RAW settings directly in the inspector.
The new version of Final Cut Pro X is available now as a free update for existing owners on the Mac App Store. Apple is also renewing its free 90-day trial with the 10.4.9 update. All customers will be able to try out the new version of Final Cut Pro X for 90 days, even those who have already taken advantage of the previous free trial that was introduced in March. Get more details at Https://www.theverge.com/platform/amp/2020/8/25/21400969/apple-final-cut-pro-x-update-proxy-social-media-cropping-edits