Apple Updates Final Cut Pro With Object Tracker, Support for Cinematic Mode Video

Apple Updates Final Cut Pro With Object Tracker, Support for Cinematic Mode Video

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Apple has updated Final Cut Pro with a new object tracker and support for Cinematic mode video.

Final Cut Pro comes with innovative new features that allow editors to create beautifully tracked motion graphics and edit Cinematic mode videos recorded on iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro. The app also takes full advantage of the major performance gains enabled by M1 Pro and M1 Max in the all-new MacBook Pro. Video editors can now play seven streams of 8K ProRes at full resolution — over 230 million pixels — and export ProRes video over 5x faster than before. Today’s update also introduces a new Object Tracker that lets video editors quickly and easily create eye-catching animated graphics that follow the movement of faces or objects in a video. Object tracking analysis is up to 5x faster on the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, and takes advantage of the machine learning capabilities of the Neural Engine in Apple silicon to accelerate the detection of faces and objects in video.

Apple Updates Final Cut Pro With Object Tracker, Support for Cinematic Mode Video

What's New In This Version:
Automatically track objects in a scene, edit videos recorded in Cinematic mode, and experience workstation-class performance on the new MacBook Pro.

Object Tracker
• Drag effects, titles, or generators into the viewer to automatically detect, track, and match the movement of faces or objects using machine learning
• Manually add a tracker from the inspector, adjust its mask shape, and choose between different tracking analysis types
• Use the Tracking Editor in the timeline to quickly delete or re-analyze segments of an existing track
• Attach additional titles or generators to existing tracks using the tracker source drop-down in the viewer
• Object tracking uses the Apple Neural Engine to accelerate video analysis on Macs with Apple silicon

Cinematic Mode
• Edit videos recorded on iPhone 13 in Cinematic mode (requires macOS Monterey)
• Use Cinematic controls in the inspector to modify the intensity of the depth effect, and add keyframes to change the effect over time
• Choose to focus on faces or other objects by selecting them with the Cinematic tool in the viewer
• Use the Cinematic Editor in the timeline to view or delete focus points

You can purchase Final Cut Pro from the App Store for $299.99.

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