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Final Cut Pro X: For Film & Video Production, it’s Showtime!

If you’re a filmmaker (or someone aspiring to become one), then you’ve probably heard of Final Cut Pro. Apple’s film & video editing software is already regarded as the industry standard in powerful editing tools. But now Final Cut is even richer, with a load of fantastic editing features, thanks to a new edition: Final Cut Pro X, which Apple released and is now available through the App Store.


Final Cut Pro X adds new features to an already-powerful video editing software tool.

Final Cut Pro X builds on the software’s existing strength with enhanced ways to organize footage, which helps prevent the possibility of being overwhelmed by having too many production elements and no way to keep everything separated and handy, until clips are needed for editing. 

As far as the editing process itself goes, Final Cut Pro X’s Magnetic Timeline helps prevent gaps – which could otherwise show up in the final edit as black frames, and create a less-than-professional look for the production.


Final Cut Pro X’s Magnetic Timeline keeps your video edits tight and perfectly aligned.

Final Cut Pro X is now available in the App Store for $299, which is a pretty smart way to purchase the software. When Apple updates the program, the App Store will automatically update the software.

Professional Production with FCPX
Noted filmmakers such as the Coen brothers (True Grit) and Francis Ford Coppola have embraced Final Cut for its flexibility and ease of use. This summer, learn Final Cut Pro in film & video production courses. Digital Media Academy tech summer camps are held at prestigious university campuses across the United States and Canada. If you’re seriously interested in pursuing a career in film production, hit the ground running with expert instruction and hands-on training with the most current equipment and software. The next generation of filmmakers are learning and using Final Cut Pro X.

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