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Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro have been updated to include 8K video, motion graphics tracking, and spatial audio toolsets.

Apple just announced some great new MacBook Pro upgrades, and the company’s pro applications team has equivalent updates for Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro ready to go as well. The new Final Cut Pro upgrades, which focus largely on 8K video processes and include new native support for tracked motion graphics, as well as compatibility with Cinematic mode footage recorded on the iPhone 13, are particularly interesting.

10.6 Final Cut Pro

Version 10.6 of Final Cut Pro adds the ability to play a whopping seven streams of 8K ProRes at full quality, as well as exporting ProRes videos almost five times quicker than before. The new M1 Pro and M1 Max processors in the recently announced 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models enable these performance increases.

This upgrade is welcome news to someone like myself, who has been dealing with 8K video more recently. The new motion graphics tracking capability, which is now a natural part of the Final Cut Pro experience, is maybe even more remarkable.

Users may use Object Tracker to create animated visuals that track the movement of faces and other things in the frame. On the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, object-tracking analysis is up to 5 times quicker, taking full use of the M1 Pro and M1 Max 16-core Neural Engine’s machine learning capabilities.

Full support for editing Cinematic Mode films recorded on the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro is now available, in addition to the exciting new Object Tracker upgrade. Users may now modify the depth of field in Cinematic mode and edit keyframes directly in Final Cut Pro 10.6.

Both Compressor and Motion, two critical Final Cut Pro partner apps, have received upgrades to accommodate the new features, as predicted. Compressor, in particular, can convert HEVC video two times quicker and ProRes video ten times faster.

Logic Pro 10.7

Apple has added a comprehensive set of rendering and mixing capabilities to the latest version of Logic Pro to enable spatial audio. Users of Logic Pro may create Dolby Atmos mixes that are compatible with Apple Music. Audio engineers and mixers may now stretch stereo projects into Dolby Atmos-compatible surround channels using new mixer and panner settings. Essential plugins like as Limiter, Loudness Meter, Space Designer, and others have also been upgraded to enable spatial audio.

The Producer Packs, which Apple first debuted in GarageBand earlier this year, are now included in the latest Logic Pro version. Beats, samples, and loops from some of the biggest names in music, like Mark Ronson, TRAKGIRL, and others, are included in these packs. Logic users now get access to over 2,800 new royalty-free loops, 50 new kits, and over 100 new patches to work with while creating music.

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