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  • FCPX 10.7 Released

    Posted by Ben Balser
    on December 1, 2023 at 2:40 pm

    So far so good, not much bugs, but not done that much work with it yet.

    Scrolling timeline can be turned off/on in the settings, thankfully.

    Waveforms, once drawn, are just there, all the time, it’s pretty nice.

    Intel iMac Pro and M1 MBP, no performance differences at all on either.

    Collapse to Secondary Storyline maintains overlapping audio.

    Joe Redifer replied 5 months, 3 weeks ago 2 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Ben Balser

    December 1, 2023 at 2:45 pm

    Motion updated with improved tracking.

    Compressor updated for faster exports on Apple Silicon.

    Pro Video Formats updated along with macOS 14.1.2.

  • Joe Redifer

    December 2, 2023 at 7:46 am

    Final Cut seems a bit more snappy all around when the scrolling timeline is turned on. I imagine they had to rework a lot of code to achieve this and that’s why they resisted for so long. The code required needs to keep it updated constantly which is nice. It’ll take a few days to get used to a scrolling timeline but I think once you do then it won’t be a bother.

    I’m not on Sonoma yet. I have no need for the special export options that require it. I never ever use FCP preset to export. I simply MUST have control over each and every little thing on an export, so the built-in presets are a no-go for me. Instead I use custom Compressor presets and export that way.

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