Apple has updated its popular video editor Final Cut Pro this week. This storytelling tool is well known for Object Tracker and Cinematic modes that allow you to detect objects and faces, match movements with titles and effects, and change focus points in shots. Also, the app enables you to apply color grading and move and trim your clips in the Magnetic Timeline.
So let's see what's new in version 10.6.2.
First of all, Final Cut Pro offers support for Apple's latest M1 Ultra and M1 Max processors on the new Mac Studio. It means the app provides much better playback and graphics performance.
Secondly, you will be able to make use of Duplicate Detection and Voice Isolation options. Duplicate Detection will come in handy to edit long-form content as it enables you to locate duplicate ranges within the Timeline Index whereas Voice Isolation is of crucial importance whenever you need to eliminate harshness and isolate unwanted voice frequencies from noisy environments.
You can try Final Cut Pro for 90 days free of charge, then you have to purchase the license at $299.99. Download the app and get started to create a masterpiece.