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redletterdave writes "Apple updated its professional video editing software Final Cut Pro X on Tuesday, injecting the platform with some significant improvements to enhance the editing experience. Many film editors left Final Cut Pro X because of its radical design changes, but Apple made several key fixes in the 10.0.3 update to alleviate editors' concerns. The update includes multicam editing support for up to 64 film and still cameras, external broadcast monitoring support, and advanced chroma-key "green screen" controls, but most importantly, Apple addressed the missing upgrade solution from FCP 7 to FCP X. The company endorsed a third-party plugin called '7toX,' built by Intelligent Assistance, which will allow users to update and finish their older projects from FCP 7 on FCP X." Link to Original Source
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