Apple has extended its free trial period for Final Cut Pro X and is initiating a free trial period for Logic Pro X, its video and audio editing software designed for professional use, giving customers 90 days to try them out before purchasing them. The previous trial period for Final Cut Pro X was 30 days, while Logic Pro X didn’t have a trial.
The extended trial periods will provide a definite benefit to those that are working from home, as well as students who are doing classwork outside of the classroom. The extended trial will also benefit anyone looking to learn a new skill.
If you’re using a previous version of the Final Cut Pro trial, you’ll be able to use this trial version free for an additional 90 days.
Final Cut Pro X requires a Mac with macOS 10.14.6 or later, 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended for 4K editing, 3D titles, and 360° video editing), Metal-capable graphics card, 1GB of VRAM recommended for 4K editing, 3D titles, and 360° video editing, 3.8GB of available disk space. For details, see minimum system requirements.
Visit the Final Cut Pro Resources page for tutorials to help you get started quickly.
The 90-day free trial for Final Cut Pro X is available now, while the free trial for Logic Pro X will be available in a few days. The free trials can be downloaded from Apple’s Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X websites.