Apple Upgrades Final Cut Pro and iMovie for Faster File Exporting

Hey, Mac users! Apple Inc. just dropped some cool updates for Final Cut Pro and iMovie, making your video editing experience even better, especially when exporting HEVC and H.264 files on those fancy Apple Silicon machines.

Final Cut Pro got a facelift to version 10.7, and now you can expect automatic timeline scrolling during playback, a slick way to combine connected clips into a storyline, and a color-coded timeline for both video and audio roles. Plus, there's a spiffy new Object Tracker using machine learning for better face and object movement analysis on Apple silicon Macs.

Final Cut Pro

Check out the enhanced Reveal in Browser feature in Final Cut Pro, making it a breeze to find clips without losing your selected Keyword Collection or Smart Collection. And guess what? You can export your HEVC and H.264 files faster by crunching video segments across different media engines (just make sure you're on macOS Sonoma or later and rocking a Mac with Apple M1 Max, M1 Ultra, M2 Max, M2 Ultra, or M3 Max).

But that's not all – iMovie, Apple's free video editor, got a makeover too, jumping to version 10.4. Now, just like Final Cut Pro, you can export HEVC and H.264 files at warp speed. 

Just remember, you'll need macOS Sonoma and a Mac with Apple M1 Max, M1 Ultra, M2 Max, M2 Ultra, or M3 Max to enjoy these snazzy updates. Happy editing! 

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