Apple updates Final Cut Pro X to support editing of Pro RAW files from DJI Inspire 2 drone

Other minor bug fixes are also included

  • Published: June 22, 2018 11:14 AM IST
Final Cut Pro X

Apple just released a minor update for its popular Mac video editing tool called Final Cut Pro X. That brings the app to 10.4.3 version, which comes only a month after the previous update that carried minor bug fixes. The new update comes with a few new features and is available for free to those who already own the editing tool.

One of the most notable features introduced with the new update is the support for viewing and editing files that have been shot on the DJI Inspire 2 drone, with the DJI D-log setting. Besides that, the update also fixes a bug, which was deleting unused render files from Compound clip in the browser that were not working earlier. Lastly, the update also fixes an issue that caused some Panasonic P2 video files to be imported with mixed-down audio channels.

Final Cut Pro X is one of the most popular video editing tool on Mac. Prior to the minor bug fixes, Apple had released a huge update (10.4.1) for the software that introduced the ProRes Raw format. It is a lossless video compression format developed by Apple that combines the benefit of editing RAW files with the seamless performance of ProRes. Final Cut Pro X costs Rs 24,900.

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Apple also released an update for its audio editing tool GarageBand, which now consists of free downloadable artist lessons in more than 150 countries. It also adds a variety of traditional drum sets and over 1,000 loops and sound effects.

  • Published Date: June 22, 2018 11:14 AM IST