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Apple releases Final Cut Express 4

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 17 Nov 2007 16:32 User comments (1)

Apple releases Final Cut Express 4 Apple Inc. has released Final Cut Express 4, a significant upgrade to its powerful video editing software based on Apple's award-winning Final Cut Pro 6. The upgrade adds support for the latest AVCHD camcorders and allows mixing of standard and high definition content on a single timeline, includes the ability to import iMovie '08 projects.
"Almost a million digital filmmakers have made Final Cut their editing application of choice," said Rob Schoeben, Apple's vice president of Applications Product Marketing. "With the introduction of Final Cut Express 4, Apple makes it easy for anyone to join the rapidly growing community of Final Cut editors worldwide."

Supporting both 720p HD resolutions, Final Cut Express 4 automatically performs the necessary scaling, cropping and frame rate adjustments. When starting projects from scratch, the new simplified setup automatically configures everything based on the first clip dropped on the

Final Cut Express 4 is available immediately for a new lower suggested retail price of $199 through the Apple Store.

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111.12.2007 22:35

Apple just needs to work on the speed of conversion.

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