After getting the massive negative response from the users of Apple’s Final Cut Pro X, back in July, after the release of new version of Final Cut Pro X, Apple promised to reinstate the XML support in the latest software, which allow users to import the old files into the new and to convert them according to the new version.
Now finally after few months of first release, Apple has released a new update to Final Cut Pro X, which includes the XML feature along with the couple of other improvements. Apple has tried their best to full fill the needs of its customer, but we still is this update can stop users negative feedback?
Apple has now done a big change in the policy of Final Cut Pro X, Apple now offering a 30-day free trail period before the sale of the Final Cut Pro X, means now no more users waste their money on Apple’s pro editing software, and will also gets information about the software before purchasing.
• Support for events and projects through Xsan, the company’s technology that allows multiple computers to concurrently access storage
• Support for media stems (or audio channeling). This lets users assign a “role” to media once it’s imported, so that when it’s time to export things like dialogue, sound effects and soundtracks, those exports can be done in a single pass.
• Custom starting timecodes
• Full-screen view toggle for Mac OS X Lion users
• GPU-accelerated export (was previously only CPU-based)
One of the main software update feature of Final Cut Pro X is the support of XML, which allow users to import and export their projects to take them into the Final Cut Pro 7 and other professional supported editing software. Final Cut Pro X 10.1 isn’t in the Mac App Store yet, but if Cnet’s already taken a look at it, expect it to hit the MAS sometime later today.