Apple thrilled legions of film-makers and video editors this week when they previewed the latest version of Final Cut Pro at the National Association of Broadcasters conference. The software will be ready to ship in June, and comes with a long list of improvements. Final Cut Pro X comes with 64-bit support, which let's it address more than 4GB of RAM. FCP-X has optimization for multi-core processors; background rendering; ColorSync support;instant color matching between clips; better content management and user interface and automated image stabilization, just to name a few features.
Final Cut Pro X will be available in June at the Mac App Store for $299. Or, if you're just starting out, the software will be included as an add-on to the $999 Final Cut Studio editing suite.