Final Cut Pro X updated with significant workflow improvements

  1. Testing conducted by Apple in August 2020 using 2.5GHz 28-core Intel Xeon W-based Mac Pro systems with 384GB of RAM and dual AMD Radeon Pro Vega II graphics with Infinity Fabric Link and 32GB of HBM2 each, configured with 4TB SSD; as well as 2.4GHz 8-core Intel Core i9-based 16-inch MacBook Pro systems with 64GB of RAM and Radeon Pro 5600M graphics with 8GB of HBM2, configured with 8TB SSD. Mac Pro systems tested with an attached Pro Display XDR. Prerelease Final Cut Pro 10.4.9 with prerelease plugins from RED Apple Workflow Installer v16, and Final Cut Pro 10.4.8 with plugins from RED Apple Workflow Installer v15 tested on macOS Catalina, using an 11-second project with REDCODE® RAW 4:1 video, at 8192×4320 resolution and 23.98 frames per second, transcoded to Apple ProRes 422. Performance will vary based on system configuration, media type, and other factors.
  2. Testing conducted by Apple in August 2020 using 2.5GHz 28-core Intel Xeon W-based Mac Pro systems with 384GB of RAM and dual AMD Radeon Pro Vega II graphics with Infinity Fabric Link and 32GB of HBM2 each, configured with 4TB SSD; as well as 2.4GHz 8-core Intel Core i9-based 16-inch MacBook Pro systems with 64GB of RAM and Radeon Pro 5600M graphics with 8GB of HBM2, configured with 8TB SSD. Mac Pro systems tested with an attached Pro Display XDR. Prerelease Final Cut Pro 10.4.9 with prerelease Canon RAW Plugin 2.0 tested on macOS Catalina, using a 33-second project with Canon Cinema RAW Light video, at 8192×4320 resolution and 29.97 frames per second (as part of a transcode test). Performance will vary based on system configuration, media type, and other factors.Alex Bender,Apple, alexbender@apple.com,(408) 862-6559
    Starlayne Meza,Apple, starlayne
    meza@apple.com ,(408) 974-3391
    Apple Media Helpline,media.help@apple.com,(408) 974-2042

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