Final Cut Pro

Final Cut Pro for PC and Mac

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Key Features

Latest Version: 10.4.8

  • Licence: $299.99
  • Rated 3.5/5 By 5,699 People



    What does Final Cut Pro do? Redesigned from the ground up, Final Cut Pro combines revolutionary video editing with powerful media organization and incredible performance to let you create at the speed of thought. Revolutionary Video Editing • The Magnetic Timeline uses advanced metadata for faster, easier editing • Enhanced Timeline Index lets you drag and drop audio roles to rearrange the layout of your timeline • Use Clip Connections to attach B-roll, sound effects, and music to the timeline • Reduce clutter by grouping clips into a Compound Clip • Cycle through different shots, graphics, or effects at one place in the timeline with Auditions • Edit multicamera projects with automatic syncing based on audio waveforms and support for up to 64 camera angles • Import and edit 360° equirectangular video in a wide range of formats and frame sizes • Create, edit, and deliver closed captions from within Final Cut Pro • Extend the capabilities of Final Cut Pro with third-party workflow extensions that open within the Final Cut Pro interface Powerful Media Organization • Organize your work within libraries for efficient media management and collaboration • Content Auto-Analysis captures camera metadata and analyzes shots in the background • Create and apply custom keywords or favorites on the fly as you select clip ranges • Smart Collections dynamically organize content for you to quickly find any shot in a few clicks Incredible Performance • Modern Metal engine uses all the GPUs in your Mac to accelerate graphics tasks including rendering, compositing, real-time effects playback, exporting, and more • 64-bit architecture takes advantage of the RAM in your system for larger projects and richer effects • Background processing lets you keep working without interruption • Work natively with a broad range of formats including ProRes, RED, XAVC, AVCHD, H.264, HEVC from DSLRs, and more Compelling, Customizable Effects • Beautifully animated, easily customizable 2D and 3D titles • Change the look of titles, transitions, and effects using intuitive controls • Choose from an extensive ecosystem of third-party FxPlug plug-ins with custom interfaces Integrated Audio Editing • Assign roles — including dialogue, music, effects, and custom choices — during import to easily track and organize your project • Expand and edit multichannel audio files directly in the timeline • Let Final Cut Pro repair audio problems such as hum, excessive background noise, and more • Sync DSLR video with separate audio in a single step with instant audio waveform matching Intuitive Color Grading • Import, edit, grade, and deliver video in standard color spaces and standard dynamic range (SDR), or in wide color HDR with support for Rec. 2020 HLG and PQ • Improve the look of any clip with one-click Balance Color • Manipulate color, saturation, and exposure with the Color Board • Powerful color wheels and curves for precise adjustments with keying and masks One-Step, Optimized Output • Incredibly fast export for playback on Apple devices and upload to websites such as Vimeo and YouTube • Use themed menus to author and burn a DVD or Blu-ray disc • Export audio stems and multiple versions of a finished video using roles metadata • Import and export XML for third-party workflows like color grading and sound mixing System Requirements: macOS 10.14.6 or later, 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended for 4K editing, 3D titles, and 360° video editing), Metal-capable graphics card, 1GB of VRAM recommended for 4K editing, 3D titles, and 360° video editing, 3.8GB of available disk space. Some features require Internet access; fees may apply. Blu-ray recorder required for burning Blu-ray discs. Video output to VR headset requires Mac computer with discrete graphics running macOS Mojave. 27-inch iMac with Radeon Pro 580 graphics or better recommended.

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    Software Installation Requirements

    PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

    Compactible OS list:
    1. Windows 10
    2. Windows 8.1
    3. Windows 7
    4. Windows Vista

    Requirements for MacOS Installation

    Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

    Compactible OS list:
    1. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
    2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
    3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
    4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
    5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
    6. macOS 10.15: Catalina

    FAQs

    Final Cut Pro - how do I download the app on PC?

    If you want to download the software on your pc or mac, you could either first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for the app OR you can easily use any of the download links we provided above under the "Download and Install" header section to download the application


    Final Cut Pro - Is it safe to download?

    Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

    Software Reviews and Critisims

    • By KBeat
      5

      Don’t beleive all the negativity, a remarkable NLE

      When the revamped Final Cut Pro X first dropped, it upset many longtime users. There were legitimate issues at the time, with many features missing and an entirely new program to learn for editors that knew FCP like the back of their hands. Add to this the fact that Apple handled the update inelegantly, and it was quite the firestorm. However, that’s not Final Cut Pro X today. Today Final Cut Pro X is an outstanding NLE. I think it’s the best in the business. When it comes to Final Cut, and Apple in general, there is a lot of schadenfreude out there. It can be hard to filter out the legitimate complaints. Try FCPX and see for yourself that it is far, far from “iMovie for prosumers”. It’s a great program for prosumers who want more than iMovie can offer, no doubt, but it’s also a superb tool for pros. Just ask the many that rely on it daily to edit television and film projects. BTW: When you see a review that says “basically iMovie”, “very limited functionality”, or “not for professionals”, you can trust the reivewer either doesn’t know how to use the product (likely) or has an agenda in favor of Adobe (also likely). Given the number of commercials, documentaries, and feature films that have been edited using FCPX in just the last few months, it’s safe to say it’s neither iMovie or very limited. Just check with some of Hollywood’s best filmmakers to see if it’s “not for pros”.


    • By Remscape
      5

      A New Powerhouse

      Seven years ago I left Final Cut Pro as my preferred editing suite, as many editors did at the time, for Adobe Premiere. I recently revisited Final Cut Pro X when I heard great things about their 10.4 update and….wow! I am honestly speechless at the vast amount of improvements made to this software. The developers really have done a fantastic job with this latest version of FCPX and I am blown away at how much more efficient and optimized the editing process has become, especially when compared to Premiere. I went ahead and jumped into this software after a few short tutorials and found myself saving about an hour of time when compared to a similar video I recently edited in Premiere and this was after just getting started! Further, the export time was a little more than twice as fast as Premiere! I could go on and on here (I may make a video about this) but I am intrigued and exited for the future of my editing process. I’m not ready to jump ship from Premiere just yet but I am definitely making both Premiere and Final Cut Pro a part of my workflow now. HUGE thanks to the developers for making Final Cut Pro X 10.4 easy to navigate, fresh and exciting, streamlined, professional and making the combined performance of FCP and Macs a powerhouse of a editing workstation!


    • By N 82 50 24
      5

      Better than Davinci and Premiere for me

      I’ve used Davinci and Premiere. FCP is just flat out better than the other two for my use case. I can see why someone would want to use the other two as there are aspects of both of those programs that have more options than FCP. However, one thing which is tough to deny is that FCP is WAY faster than either Davinci or Premiere. Yes I tried the latest version of Resolve and no the supposed speed increases and GPU optimization didn’t make it anywhere close to as fast as FCP. I suppose if you put together a $10,000+ workstation you may be able to reach some of the speed levels of the $3000 non-Pro iMac but I doubt it. Not to mention the monthly fee being really expensive for Premiere. Overall FCP is the best bang for your buck when it comes to speed. And the functionality has been getting better and better. Yes FCP X was weak when it launched replacing FCP 7 but it’s been improving and it’s caught up in most capacities. 10.3 was great for aesthetics of the program but 10.4 and bringing back color wheels (among other color grading options) to FCP was a great step to bringing it in line with the pro level NLEs. Highly recommended.


    • By Redifer
      4

      I held onto FCP7 for a long time

      I was a naysayer of FCPX for a very long time. I stuck with FCP 7 for YEARS after FCPX was introduced. What changed? Well, I actualy LEARNED how to use the program. After discovering that it can actually do what I need it to do and more, I fell in love with it. It's not perfect and I still long for some more robust keyframing (bezier/smoothing on EVERYTHING, please) and for them to fix keyframe bugs that have existed in the program for almost a decade, but that'll never happen as I don't think they know how to fix them (or care). Hence the 4 stars. Still, it is an amazing program. I am able to be much more creative with the tools here than I was in FCP7, plus it's compatible with most modern codecs so I don't have to waste time transcoding everything under the sun to ProRes before I edit. Also has better support for modern color spaces and gamma. Oh and I was able to make an amazing plug-in for it... they're called EFFECTS now. Couldn't make an effect like that in FCP7 that's for sure. Also, I call it Final Cut Pro now. Nobody says X any more. Because FCP7 is now irellevant. Goodbye old friend. You were good.


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