Apple Updates Final Cut

Working to bring back some of the professional customers that have left Final Cut in droves, Apple released an upgrade to FCP-X yesterday, which includes support for a new XML format and a way to export audio (or video) stems. FCP doesn’t allow you to control track assignments, but the new release will create stems based on metadata you’ll add to your clips. The new release also allows you to set a timecode start for a sequence, a glaring omission in the original release. The announcement also includes a note that they’ll offer multi-cam support and something they are calling “broadcast quality video monitoring” in 2012.

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