Apple is releasing the iPhone 15 Pro on Friday, bringing with it new pro-grade video capture features. Ahead of the launch, Apple has released updates to Final Cut Pro for Mac and iPad, ensuring compatibility with the new phones.
Here are the release notes for today's Final Cut Pro update :
Final Cut Pro 10.6.9 includes the following improvements and bug fixes:
• Take advantage of the flexibility and dynamic range of encoded video in a magazine shot on iPhone 15 Pro.
• Improve the look of footage shot on popular Fujifilm, DJI and ARRI cameras with new magazine profiles.
/>• Resolved an issue where templates movements may not respond to opacity settings.
iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are the first models to support magazine coding and the first phones to support Academy color coding. Videographers can also shoot video directly to external storage via the new USB-C port.
Final Cut Pro for Mac is a one-time purchase for $299.99. Apple also offers a free trial of its professional video editing software.
Earlier this year, Apple finally brought Final Cut Pro to the iPad. The tablet version is just as feature-rich and is available with a subscription of $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year.
This version will also receive an update today:
Final Cut Pro for iPad 1.2 includes the following improvements:
• Take advantage of the flexibility and dynamic range of log-encoded video shot on iPhone 15 Pro.
• Enhance the quality of your footage from popular Fujifilm, DJI and ARRI cameras with new log profiles.
• Choose from 25 new soundtracks that dynamically adjust to suit the length of your project.
• Toggle clips on and off to quickly compare edits with and without them.
• Easily select and move keyframes using the touch screen or Apple Pencil.
• Pinch your fingers to quickly resize clips. in the browser.
• Toggle clips on and off using the V shortcut.
• Import media from photos using the Command shortcut ” -I; import media from files using the keyboard shortcut Shift-Command-I.
• Export the project using the keyboard shortcut Command-E.
• Downgrade clips in the browser using the keyboard shortcut U