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Final Cut Pro X 10.4.6 Update Released

Apple has released an update for its editing software Final Cut Pro X. 10.4.6. is mainly a maintenance update, yet it does have one important new feature. Final Cut Pro X 10.4.6 was released Before you rush to the App Store and download the upgrade, please zip your current versions of the apps by navigating to the Applications folder on you Mac and control or right-clicking the Motion, Compressor and Final Cut Pro apps, then selecting compress from the context menu. This way you can go back to the older version if need be. Final Cut Pro X 10.4.6 wants to update Libraries Once you install the update, it will inform you that it needs to update libraries that have been created with earlier versions – so please be aware that you cannot open an upgraded library with an earlier version. Note: A backup of the old library file is placed in ~/Movies/Final Cut Backups/LibraryName/Previous Versions (or wherever you have pointed Final Cut Pro X to put its backups.) Aside from a swath of squashed bugs, Apple has added only one new feature: Detecting media files that will be incompatible with future versions of macOS after Mojave and converting those assets to a compatible format. Last December, Apple has made some waves by announcing that future versions of macOS (and thus Final Cut Pro X) will not support a number of older and ancient codecs on an OS level. The new feature now introduced in the 10.4.6 update, allows you to open...

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Published By: Cinema5D - Tuesday, 26 March

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