Apple has released a new update to its Final Cut Pro X suite today, as promised, to add the significant features in the new Final Cut Pro X version. Apple has included few major features in this update such as multi-cam editing, and the long awaited XML compatibility.  The today’s major updates to its Final Cut Pro X; the suite is now on the version v10.0.3. with some long-awaited features, Apple has also launched a quiet tool for the media geeks, in the market who wishes to finally move their project from Final Cut Pro 7 to the last years released Final Cut Pro X.


Apple has released a standalone application for the Mac OS in the Mac App Store with the name of 7toX that allow users to convert their Final Cut Pro 7 projects to Final Cut Pro X. The new application is available in the store for $9.99. The new Final Cut Pro X v10.0.3 is on the way, and may take a little time to roll out in all the Online Stores. According to further details provided by Apple, the Cupertino Company has also released the Compressor 4.0.2 version of the application for the Final Cut Pro tools.

Following the Final Cut Pro X v10.0.3, and Compressor 4.0.2 launch, Apple has also launched the Motion 5.0.2 update to the users with the couple of major updates to all the suites around the platform. A day before these updates launches, Apple had launched the AirPort Utility 6.0 and AirPort Base Station firmware updates to the general public.