Final Cut Pro X release notes

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Changes to the original Compound Clip will update all copies of that Compound Clip across projects. Video dissolves now default to the linear Video look instead of the Film look that includes some ease in and ease out. Before you update, create backups of the app and your files in case you need them later. This speeds up duplicating or moving events and projects to another editing station that is linked to the same shared media.

For example, you could use a separate library for each of your professional clients. Media that was linked to an external folder and was not copied inside your original event stays in that external folder and is linked to your new library. Improves behavior when moving clips to different vertical positions in the timeline. The default transition can be applied to any clip by pressing Command-T.

Fixes an issue in which an incorrect frame size is used with filters on two adjacent clips with different pixel aspect ratio. Fixes an issue with rendering Motion Templates containing Image Units. Update Later postpones updating. Improves system performance and smaller project sizes when working with Compound Clips.

Fixes an issue in which some third-party transitions would incorrectly use black instead of source media. Unified import window provides single interface for transferring media from file-based cameras, networks, and folders of files. Improves performance of multicam syncing and editing. You can create separate libraries for different productions or clients, or you can create a separate library for each of your events.

In the Media Import window, you can choose to copy imported media to the library or leave it in its current place. This article explains how your updated libraries and other files work in these newer versions of Final Cut Pro X. This is ideal for importing archived media with custom metadata and exporting media with metadata to an asset management system. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

Getting Ready to Update to Final Cut Pro X

You can also consolidate all files as managed media inside the library for easy transport or archiving. Adds language support for Simplified Chinese.

When you modify a reference clip, the change is reflected in every instance of that clip. If you delete the new Final Cut Pro library, the media files remain in your old projects and events. You can also specify a custom storage location for imported media. When duplicating an event or project where media resides on shared storage, only the links will be copied.

Updating an individual project or event is not necessary You don't need to update all the projects and events within any Final Cut Projects or Final Cut Events folder at the same time. If you use the same name for two libraries in the Finder, both libraries appear with the same name in the Libraries list.

Fixes an issue in which some third-party effects could cause Final Cut Pro to stop responding during background rendering. Or you could use libraries to separate different video productions, each of which contains its own projects and events. The copies are independent of the original reference clips.

Think of libraries as a way to collect and organize related projects and events at a higher level. Paste attributes window lets you choose specific effects to copy between clips.

Store files within the library or in external folders you choose. Where to find your media after updating Media that you stored inside your original event is stored inside your new library. Press Shift while blading to blade all. When you update an event that contains instances of reference clips on other volumes, the reference clips are copied into the new library.

Think of libraries as a