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Mac Video Pro: Final Cut Pro, Compressor, Motion updates

7 December 2012 1,329 views No Comment

The folks that prefer Final Cut Pro X, and there are more than a few, are gonna like it a bit more with this bug fix release

Australia has the Great Barrier Reef and the Mac Video Pro community has an equally impressive feature — the great divide between FPC and FPC X users, and never the twain shall meet. With these updates, the folks that prefer Final Cut Pro X, and there are more than a few, are gonna like it a bit more.

Apple has released Final Cut Pro 10.0.7 ($299.99, free trial) and, as these things go, it is rather unexciting. Unless, of course, one of the bugs that has been vexing you has now been fixed:

• The Letterbox effect “Offset” slider has been restored
• Fixes an issue when creating a single layer DVD
• Fixes an issue where some third-party effects could cause Final Cut Pro to hang during background rendering
• Fixes an issue where some third-party transitions would incorrectly use black instead of source media
• Adds support for editing MXF files that are still ingesting
• Fixes an issue rendering Motion Templates containing Image Units

As is oft their wont, Apple simultaneously delivered Compressor 4.0.6 ($49.99), which fixes an issue with the upload of clips of greater than 1 GB to Vimeo, and Motion 5.0.6 ($49.99), which puts a prejudicial thumb to Image Unit and dual display issues.

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