Apple has today released its first major update to its Final Cut Pro X video editing software which when released cause a storm or criticism from professional video editors and production teams.
The new update version 10.0.1 brings with it a number of requested features, including support for full XML import/export of both project and event information, intelligent stem export for both video and audio files using a new feature called Roles. Together with Xsan integration, enabling editors in different locations to work with the same files, events, and projects.
Apple has also now launched a free trial of the Final Cut Pro X software together with a free guide called “Final Cut Pro X for Final Cut Pro 7 editors”. The free trail gives you a full version of the software to play with for 30 days and Apple has also started offering a free trail for its Aperture photo management software.
Now this update has been released Apple is now readying its next Final Cut Pro X update that will include multicam editing and support for broadcast video output and is expected to arrive sometime in 2012.
Source: CNET : Apple
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