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Apple Final Cut Studio 7 Mac is a tool that delivers up to 2.5x the performance when running on a MacBook Pro notebook computer. Final Cut Studio features state-of-the-art tools that complement Final Cut Pro 5 including Soundtrack Pro, a revolutionary audio editing and sound design application that makes video projects sound as good as they look; Motion 2, the world’s first real-time motion graphics application with GPU-accelerated 32-bit float rendering; and DVD Studio Pro 4 for professional DVD authoring.

Final Cut Pro: Libraries, Importing, and Organizing

Apple Final Cut Studio Serial Key Libraries let you keep assets together for use in multiple projects. They combine the previously discrete Events and Projects panels. Libraries are similar to the Catalogs in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom in that they are databases that can be backed up to a separate drive, and they receive automatic backups. Luckily, you don’t have to worry about projects you created before this Library arrangement: Final Cut offers a simple update option to get them with the program.

Libraries are a big part of organizing your assets, but before you use them you have to import media. In fact, at import, you can tell Apple Final Cut Studio License Key to copy the media to a specified Library. Within the Library, the import is an Event. You can specify creating proxy and optimized media, analyze video for color balance, and fix audio problems on import. I must say that Adobe has made both the import and export process clearer for novices in Premiere Pro with its recent redesign of those functions.

Final Cut Pro Interface

The interface sports a consistent dark gray that makes the content you’re editing the most prominent thing on the screen. Four preset window layouts in Apple Final Cut Studio Mac include Default, Organize, Color & Effects, and Dual Displays (which is grayed out if you don’t have dual displays). You can also create your own custom workspace layouts. You can’t, however, undock panels to make them float-free, as you can in Premiere Pro.

While the Apple Final Cut Studio Mac Free Download timeline looks something like that of iMovie, with its free-form, trackless Magnetic Timeline view, the pro program packs vastly more editing power. As with pretty much every video editing app, Final Cut Pro presents the standard three-pane view, with source clips on the top left, preview on the top right, and timeline across the bottom. A timecode indicator appears below the preview window, along with an indicator of rendering percent complete. You can expand the preview to full-screen and resize any panel, but you can’t pull panels off into separate windows (Corel VideoStudio Pro and Premiere Pro let you do this). You get Undo and Redo in Final Cut, but Premiere Pro’s history window offers more in the way of letting you get back to any point in your editing process.

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Depth in Apple Cinematic Clips

The iPhone 13 has a new Cinematic mode, and now Apple Final Cut Studio For Mac can do special things with it, like changing focus points and depth of field. But I ran into several issues. When I first imported a Cinematic clip into the program, a warning message told me that highlights would be clipped since my project was set for SDR rather than HDR. I had to go into Library settings to change the color space to Wide Gamut HDR, after which the clip looked perfectly lighted. But the setup involves more: You need to export from the iPhone with All metadata selected, not the default. Then in Final Cut, you have to check Cinematic mode in the Video Inspector.

After consulting many support pages and several failed attempts to import and get everything set up correctly, I finally was able to open the Cinematic editing panel via a right-click on the clip in the timeline. This lets you change the focus points in the video. But then it didn’t work. Even after a progress bar showing itself to be analyzing the refocus point completed, the new focus point was still blurry. With another clip, I could successfully change the depth-of-field, but when I tried choosing a new focus point, the program stopped responding, and the progress bar froze. For me, the lesson is to just focus on the correct things while shooting!

Final Cut Pro Effects

Once your clips are all in place, you can fine-tune and bling them with Final Cut’s rich collection of color tools, transitions, effects, and text tools. For starters, you get 149 customizable video effects and 109 audio effects. Quite a few third-party plug-ins(Opens in a new window) are also available for Final Cut. I installed Noise Industries’ FxFactory Pro in my testing. Once installed, it looks just like part of the program, with its choices appearing in the Effects panel, rather than requiring its own window as some plug-in interfaces in other products do.

Apple Final Cut Studio Mac comes with over 100 transitions of its own, and the ability to search by transition name is helpful, given how many choices there are. Adding the most commonly needed type, cross-dissolve—can be done with a keyboard shortcut. Transitions are easy to add—instead of having to create a secondary story line yourself, there’s a one-step transition insertion for connected clips. Both effects and transitions are of high quality. You can set default video and audio effects that you can summon with a single keyboard combo and save custom effects as presets.

Tracking Faces and Objects in Apple Final Cut Studio Mac

Like several of its consumer-focused competitors, Apple Final Cut Studio Mac now includes built-in motion tracking, formerly the sole province of the companion Apple Motion app. To get a photo or video to follow an object on the screen, you simply drag it from the source panel onto the preview window. A rectangle appears over an object in the main video if Final Cut detects and object and an oval if it detects a face. You can track multiple faces and objects in the same clip.

You can drag the tracking shape to better fit the tracked object or face, but I didn’t need to. For the latter I had to choose Analyze, which shows the oval or rectangle as it tracks the tracked object, going both forward and backward. You can re-analyze motion and adjust position using keyframes. And the whole same process works the same for effects you want to apply to objects and faces. The upshot: For both types of tracking in my testing the results were among the best I’ve seen.

Final Cut Pro: Smart Conform

The Smart Conform option uses AI to automatically crop video for social network use, meaning to vertical for stories or square for Instagram. I tested this on several clips—a football game, an office walk-around, and skateboarders—and with all of them the tool simply moved the crop to the side a bit and then left it in that same position for the remainder of the clip. It did locate a face in a motionless shot, but even for the skateboarding clip, which included lots of motion, it kept the crop static for the entire clip.

Adobe Premiere Pro has had a similar tool, Auto Reframe, for a year, and that tool works two different ways: as an Effect on a single clip or by creating a new cropped sequence from a whole sequence. You can edit either with keyframes after the fact. Final Cut does a better job of letting you see how the effect worked by letting you see the full frame outside the automatically cropped area.

Final Cut Pro: Color

Apple Final Cut Studio Mac does wonders with color correction. You can either have the app automatically balance color, saturation, and exposure, or use the Color Adjustment panel to manually adjust them. The panel has a color picker to set a clip’s color values, saturation, and exposure, each of which you can apply separately to shadows, mid-tones, highlights, or everything.

The very useful Color Wheels have a puck in the middle that lets you move an image towards green, blue, or red, showing the result on the side of the wheel. You can also adjust brightness and saturation with the wheels, and separately control everything (with the Master wheel), or just shadows, midtones, or highlights. It’s a remarkably intuitive set of tools given the results, and more usable than Adobe Premiere Pro’s equivalent color wheel tools. If Final Cut’s wheels are not to your taste, the Color Board shows a linear view of your color settings. The color scopes adapt to HDR editing, as do the color editing tools. Supported formats include Rec. 2020 HLG and Rec. 2020 PQ for HDR10 output.

Titling and Captions in Final Cut Pro

Titling is also simple and powerful in the latest version of Apple Final Cut Studio Mac. You get lots of control over title overlays, with 183 animation templates. You edit text and position, and size the titles right in the video preview. There’s no need for an external title editor. Though Final Cut Pro has no instant movie feature like those you find in most consumer video editors, it does offer Themes, which are really just pairings of transitions and titles that work well together.

Final Cut’s 3D Titles are a lot of fun. There are eight basic 3D templates and four more Cinematic ones, including a cool 3D Earth choice, for your sci-fi projects. There are 20 font presets, but you can use any style and size you like. Materials like concrete, fabric, plastic, and so on can give your titles any texture you desire. You also get a bunch of lighting options, such as Above, Diagonal Right, and so on.

Chroma-Keying in Final Cut Pro

Final Cut Pro’s chroma-keying effect works better than that of any Windows video editor I’ve used, performing admirably in testing, even given some imperfect green-screen lighting in the source. My background was nearly perfectly removed for transparency. Though Premiere Pro offers more adjustment choices with its Chroma-Key effect, I couldn’t tune all its adjustments to get as good a result as Final Cut delivered off the bat. And, in any case, Final Cut offers more control, letting you refine the sample color, edges, strength, spill level, mix, and more. But it’s the Color Selection tool that really makes Final Cut state of the art in chroma-key. This presents a color wheel with the matted color range, letting you visually adjust it to include more or less of a color range.

Getting the Sound Right in Final Cut Pro

Audio editing is another strength of Final Cut Pro. It can automatically fix hum, noise, and peaks, or you can manually adjust them, if you prefer. More than 1,300 royalty-free sound effects are included, and there’s plenty of plug-in support. One extraordinary trick is the ability to match separately recorded tracks. For example, if you shoot HD footage with a DSLR and record sound simultaneously on another recorder, Match Audio aligns the sound source. You can easily add audio cross-fades easier via a menu command or keyboard shortcut. Support for Apple Logic Pro plug-ins give you even more professional sound editing options. Finally, you get a surround-sound mixer to locate or animate 5.1 audio, and a 10-band or 31-band equalizer.

Voice Isolation

This feature reminds me of a similar one that came to Teams and Zoom in the past year: It reduces background noise so you can better hear a speaker in your video. You enable it with a simple check box in the Audio Inspector panel. In my testing, it does exactly what it says, and you can adjust its strength, but the result still sounds a bit weird and alien-like.

Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro

Final Cut Pro’s multicam support reimagines the standard tool so that it’s simpler but can do more. It supports the traditional syncing method using time codes, and it can automatically sync up multiple clips by analyzing their audio tracks for peaks. You can alternatively use camera time or place a marker on the clips for syncing. Multicam works with sources in different formats, including different resolutions and codecs, and, remarkably, it allows up to 64 camera angles.

I mentioned ease of use, and you get this right from the start when working with multicam. Just select the clips to include (you can add or remove clips later), choose “New multicam clip…” from the right-click or File menu, and choose a syncing method. After placing the multicam clip in your timeline, choosing Open in Angle Editor displays a grid previewing each angle—up to 4-by-4 tiles for 16 total angles at a time.

As with many Mac operations, using multicam is simple—as long as you know what you’re doing. It took me a while to figure out that I could cut angles only when a multicam clip was in the Timeline, using the Angle Viewer—not the Angle Editor, which lets you add or remove clips (or stills) to and from the multicam clip, resync them, and edit the component clips (trimming and so on). It’s actually simpler than Premiere Pro’s multicam workflow, but not as easy as purely consumer products like PowerDirector and Pinnacle Studio make it.

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System Requirements

  • A Macintosh computer with a 1.25GHz or faster PowerPC G4, PowerPC G5, Intel Core Duo, or Intel Xeon processor
  • 1GB of RAM
  • An AGP or PCI Express Quartz Extreme graphics card (Final Cut Studio is not compatible with integrated Intel graphics processors)
  • A display with 1024-by-768 resolution or higher
  • DVD drive for installation


  • Magnetic, trackless timeline
  • Superior organization tools, including libraries, ratings, tagging, and auto-analysis for faces and scenes
  • Support for 360-degree footage and wide color spaces
  • Multicam support
  • Fast performance


  • Nontraditional timeline editing may turn off longtime video producers
  • Import and export experiences trail those in Premiere Pro


For most professional users, the gains in Apple Final Cut Studio 7 Mac outweigh the hurdles to adoption, and buying the software is worth it. For video enthusiasts working on Macs, Final Cut Pro makes for a smooth learning curve, so it’s a good choice for them, too. The software offers loads of power, ease of use, and speedy performance. With rich support for 360 VR content editing, excellent new motion tracking, and broad color spaces, Final Cut Pro is ready for the future. Its deep, nimble tools in a fluid, highly usable and precise interface make it our Editors’ Choice award winner for high-end video editing on Macs.

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