Final Cut Pro takes video editing to the next level

Apple announced updates to Final Cut Pro across Mac and iPad, offering powerful new features that help streamline workflows. Final Cut Pro now includes improvements in timeline navigation and organization, as well as new ways to simplify complex edits.

The apps leverage the power-efficient performance of Apple silicon along with an all-new machine learning model for Object Tracker, and export speeds are turbocharged on Mac models powered by multiple media engines.

Final Cut Pro for iPad brings new features to further enhance the portable Multi-Touch editing experience, including support for voiceover recording, expanded in-app content options, added color-grading presets, and workflow improvements.

These updates to Final Cut Pro will be available later this month on the App Store.

New in Final Cut Pro for Mac

The latest update to Final Cut Pro for Mac offers creators new tools for simplifying complex edits and turbocharged export speeds.
Powerful Organization Tools
To ensure that creators maintain their flow while editing complex timelines, Final Cut Pro introduces automatic timeline scrolling, making it easier for users to stay focused by keeping their clips in view under the playhead during playback. Editors can dynamically adjust their timeline view during playback by using the Zoom tool or keyboard shortcuts.
This update will also allow editors to see the organization of their timeline at a glance and easily differentiate clips by assigned role, improving the experience of viewing video and audio role colors. The distinct colors also let users identify and highlight clips by role using the timeline index.
Pricing and Availability
  • Final Cut Pro 10.7 will be available later this month as a free update for existing users and $299.99 (U.S.) for new users on the Mac App Store. All users can download a free 90-day trial of Final Cut Pro.  For more information, visit
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