Apple 64-Bit Upgrade Final Cut Pro X Arriving June: What’s Expected?

During the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) event in Las Vegas, tech giants Apple made an announcement that their video editing software would be getting an update. In fact it has now been updated to a new name of Final Cut Pro X and as Alan over at PR News reported, will be a complete rebuild to be ready for the summer months.

As well as new features which we come to in one second, the software will now add support for 64-bit processors including the benefit of now being able to handle more than 4GB of RAM. Now moving onto those all important new features including as BGR stated, a number of smart collections will now make it possible to group together the same if not similar types of media, new interface design similar to that of iMovie software, magnetic timeline and video editing can commence before the “ingest stage” has finalised.

Another positive to come out of the up and coming Final Cut Pro X, will be that the background can now be rendered with opportunity of 8-core editing rigs as well as the ability to handle 4K video clips.

The new updated version will be available to download from the Mac App Store during the month of June with a retail price of $299.

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