Apple on Wednesday unveiled the next major version of its professional video application, Final Cut Pro.
[ad#Google Adsense 300×250 in story]Apple demoed the new software during the SuperMeet at NAB on Wednesday night. According to Macgasm, who has been following several Twitter people attending the event, Final Cut Pro X features full color management via ColorSync.
The software also uses Grand Central Dispatch, which means intensive tasks like rendering can be spread over multiple processors.
Final Cut Pro also features what’s being called a “magnetic timeline” that allows clips to be moved in the timeline without displacing other clips. Keywords can be applied to sections instead of the entire clip.
The software will cost $299 and will be available to download directly to your Mac in June. It seems like another Apple application will make it to the Mac App Store.