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Apple Releases Final Cut Pro X 10.4.2 – Update Fixes Timeline Selection and XML Support Bugs

Apple Releases Final Cut Pro X 10.4.2 – Update Fixes Timeline Selection and XML Support Bugs

Apple on Monday released a update for Final Cut Pro X, its video editing app for the Mac. Version 10.4.2 brings fixes for timeline selection and XML import/export bugs.

What’s New

Version 10.4.2

• Fixes an issue in which selecting multiple clips using the Shift key or marquee selection could inadvertently select other clips in the timeline
• Fixes issues related to XML import and export

The update is a free download from the Mac App Store for existing users. New users can purchase and download the app from the Mac App Store for $299 (no recurring subscription fees required). [GET IT HERE]

Version 10.4.1, released earlier in April, offered the following fixes and enhancements:

Closed Captions
• Import caption files into a Final Cut Pro project to automatically create time-synced, connected captions in the timeline
• See captions directly in the Viewer
• Use the Inspector to adjust text, color, onscreen location, and timing
• Create captions in multiple languages and formats in the same timeline
• Use the new Captions tab in the Timeline Index to search text, select captions, and quickly switch between different versions of your captions
• Attach captions to audio or video clips in the timeline
• Extract embedded captions from video to view and edit the captions directly in Final Cut Pro
• Send your project to Compressor in a single step, making it easy to create a compliant iTunes Store package with audio and video files, captions, and subtitles
• Validation indicator instantly warns about common errors including caption overlaps, incorrect characters, invalid formatting, and more
• Embed captions in an exported video file or create a separate caption sidecar file
• Share captioned videos directly to YouTube and Vimeo
• Support for CEA-608 and iTT closed caption formats

 

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