Final Cut Pro 10.6
Coinciding with the new MacBook Pro 14" and 16" models, Apple has also given its professional video editing and music production software a major update.
A new object tracker is now included in Final Cut Pro 10.6 that uses machine learning to automatically detect faces and objects and adjust their movements to incorporate titles and effects accordingly.
What&s more, according to Apple, up to seven streams of 8K ProRes can now be played in parallel in conjunction with the new MacBook Pros in the latest Final Cut Pro. We are very curious about the performance in video practice in our soon to be released test of the new MacBook Pros.
Also now integrated into Final Cut Pro is the optional keyframe-supported, retroactive adjustment of the cinema mode of iPhone 13 recordings. We had already tested the new cinematic mode in our iPhone 13 Pro field test: 10 bit cinematic mode in comparison, skin tones ....
Logic Pro 10.7
The dot.7 update for Apple&s Logic Pro digital audio workstation brings a complete set of tools for creating music in 3D audio, which can now be used to mix and export songs in Dolby Atmos for Apple Music.
These include, most notably, an enhanced surround mixer and a new 3D object panner.
In addition, the performance potential of Logic Pro has been adapted to the new MacBook Pros: So now up to 3 times as many plug-ins can be used for recording on the new MacBook Pro with M1 Max.
More soon about the new MacBook Pros in combination with Final Cut Pro, Resolve, Premiere etc. here on slashCAM ...