Final Cut Pro X hands-on video (Updated)
Final Cut Pro X (US$299) has only been available in the Mac App Store for a few hours, but that's not keeping FCP fans from making amazing videos that showcase its features and capabilities.
As you'll see in this 10-minute video from Matt Pearce, the new app borrows heavily from the UI of iMovie, but retains the power that Final Cut Pro is known for. In the video, Matt discusses some downloads that are available to add music clips and other features to FCPX. For your downloading pleasure, we present them to you:
Final Cut Pro X Content - over 1300 rights-free sound effects and audio effect presets
Motion 5 Content - including Motion templates, Library content, and sample media
ProApps QuickTime Codecs - recommended for all FCPX users, providing 8 different codecs
Update: One of our commenters pointed out the following information listed on the Mac App Store page for Final Cut Pro X -- it can burn Blu-ray discs.
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