Final Cut Pro for Mac
Video editors come in many flavors and have various sets of features that try to help their users make the most out of any video source and get the best looking output movie possible.
Comprehensive and intuitive, albeit agglomerated, multimedia editing suite for the Mac
Among the sea of such solution available on the Mac platform, Apple's Final Cut Pro is one that stands out, due to its large suite of built-in tools, speedy workflow and powerful media organization capabilities.
From the get go, once you install it on your Mac and start using it, Final Cut Pro might seem to be a little intimidating because of its busy looking user interface but, despite making the learning curve a little steep, it also gives you access to a multitude of tools designed to greatly improve your post-production workflow.
Moreover, once you get the hang of it, you'll see that each and every Final Cut Pro UI object has been carefully placed to keep any and all its integrated tools as few mouse clicks away as possible.
Video and audio editor with extensive support for working with DSLR video content
Besides being a full blown video editor, the Final Cut Pro solution also comes with a built-in audio editing toolset that provides you with all the needed tools to take care of excessive noise and hum problems in your audio tracks. This feature can also be used to quickly make sure that any DSLR videos you include in your project are in sync with their audio track and to effortlessly add one of the many available royalty free sound effects that come bundled with it.
Additionally, Final Cut Pro features an advanced and dynamic media organizer, a tool that enables you to quickly find any clip they're looking for in a matter of seconds. In order to make it as fast as possible to find any file in your library, Final Cut Pro uses a combination of keywords and automatic metadata which helps it to provide you with a friendly importing interface and a host of simple and new ways to classify your data.
Inbuilt support for the most popular multimedia formats employed by professional users
Because Final Cut Pro has been thought from scratch to be a professional grade software, it comes with native support for an extensive collection of formats that all experts use, including H.264, REDCODE RAW, AVCHD, Sony XAVC, and AVC-Intra.
On top of that, Apple's Final Cut Pro can also be used to import, edit, and deliver MXF files with the help of third-party developed plug-ins. Regarding audio formats, it can work with a broad range of audio files, such as AIFF, SDII, MP3, AAC, and WAV.
Full-featured multimedia design platform created to provide you with a vast collection of tools, suitable for any type of media processing task you may have to perform on a Mac
Taking all of the above into consideration, Final Cut Pro is a answer to any video editing whiz, allowing for importing, editing, improving and delivering high quality products and upgrading the entire video post-production workflow with the help of a comprehensive collection of fast yet easy to use tools.