Apple Final Cut Pro X Coming To Mac App Store In June

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has announced Final Cut Pro X at the National Association of Broadcasters conference in Las Vegas. Apple chief architect of video applications Randy Ubillos demonstrated the beta release on stage at the conference. Final Cut Pro X has a similar look and feel as iMovie. It will have 64-bit support and can handle 4K clips on 8-core editing rigs. You will be able to edit movies on the fly with Final Cut Pro X. Other new features include magnetic timeline, people detection, instant color matching between clips, auto image stablization upon importing, and smart media collection using custom keywords. You will be able to download it from the Mac App Store in June for $299. [Engadget]

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