Apple has been dispatched with a curious novelty: Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro coming to iPad. The tools for video and music creators will be available starting this month on the apple tablet. Those from Cupertino are committed to providing a set of powerful tools, under a renewed interface to take advantage of the device’s touch screen.
An interesting point to note is that both Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro will be accessible from the iPad. as a subscription. This means that users will have to pay a monthly or annual fee to access each application.
“We’re excited to introduce Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad, which will allow creators to unleash their creativity in new ways and in more places,” said Bob Borchers, Apple’s vice president of marketing.
One important point to note is that Final Cut Pro will only work with iPads that use M1 and M2 chips. While Logic Pro will have a somewhat broader scope, since it will also be available on models with an A12 Bionic processor. Regarding the software, both apps will require iPadOS 16.4regardless of device type.
Capturing and editing video from the iPad with Final Cut Pro
Apple’s intention is for video creators to be able to carry out entire projects directly from the iPad, thanks to Final Cut Pro. Those from Cupertino explained that users will be able to capture videos —both in portrait and landscape mode— directly from the application, to edit them on the fly. In the case of having an iPad Pro with an M2 chip, it will even be possible to record in ProRes format.
The application also supports multi-camera editing, as well as the use of quick features to change the aspect ratio of the image, remove background noise from an audio track, or remove the background of a scene by isolating a subject, among others. . It also allows you to create and apply graphics, titles, sounds and different types of effects. And with Live Drawing, you can take advantage of Apple Pencil to write or draw directly on the video being edited.
Other accessories that can also take advantage of Final Cut Pro on the iPad are the Magic Keyboard and Smart Keyboard Folio. In both cases, they allow you to simplify editing using key combinations.
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