Final Cut Pro

Apple Releases AI Tools For Final Cut Pro and New iPhone App

Final Cut Pro 10.8 is now available and it comes with a number of new features and changes. The biggest is the added new AI editing tools which harness the power of Apple’s Neural Engine in the Apple silicone tech. The program also comes with a new iPad Live Multicam feature where users can wirelessly connect and preview up to four cameras at once all using the iPad screen and Final Cut for iPad.

Of course, you’ll need the latest iPad Pro M4 model to benefit from this feature as the chip has the power to perform the task. Apple also says Live Multicam works as a standalone recording app on iPhone and iPad where users can adjust the settings of their recording directly from the multi-screen.

When it comes to the new AI features on the Mac version of Final Cut Pro 10.8, these tools will help you enhance your edits. The first is a new Enhance Light and Colour option that uses AI to enhance your video footage through automatic colour adjustments and correction.

There’s also a new Smooth Slow-Mo that intelligently blends video frames together to deliver smooth slow-motion. The slow motion reduces blur while enhancing image quality and details.

The new organizational tools improve efficiencies in post-production workflows, including custom names for colour corrections and video effects in the inspector; the ability to search for and navigate to clips with missing media or effects in the timeline index; and text-based timeline search with information like reel, scene, camera angle, and more.

It is great to see AI tools finally arrive in Final Cut Pro. The software has been left in the dark when it comes to Apple Neural Engine enhancements considering Apple has had the tech available for a few years now.

Alongside Final Cut Pro 10.8, Apple has also launched its own Final Cur Pro App for iPhone and iPad. The app allows users to film and record footage while offering professional tools and control over camera features. This app is similar to the recently launched Kino app. You can download the Final Cut Pro iPhone app from the App Store here. It is a free app.

Final Cut Camera puts you in the director’s chair with intuitive pro controls for your entire video production. Seamlessly start a Live Multicam session by connecting up to four devices running Final Cut Camera to preview, record and sync your video angles in Final Cut Pro for iPad. Capture with powerful settings including shutter speed, ISO, white balance and manual focus. Easily customise your resolution, frame rate, colour space and more. Quickly monitor your video with focus peaking and overexposure indicators. Dial in the perfect shot for your professional videos with Final Cut Camera.

If you want a rundown of the new features, Final Cut Bro has put together a great overview of the changes and even shows the AI tools in action.

Source: Apple News Room

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