Apple has released the tenth version of its Final Cut Pro video editing suite and has made it available for download from the Mac App Store.
Final Cut Pro X has been completely redesigned from top to bottom with a new magnetic video editing timeline, which allows users to edit their project without the smaller clips disappearing from view.
There's also the neat edition of the Content Auto-Analysis tool which will arrange your shots into types of scene when you import them into the project, which should allow everyone to locate the close-up they were looking for a little more easily.
The third new feature will be the most important for impatient video editors. Final Cut Pro X now includes background rendering which means you can continue to work, while your colour adjustments, transitions and keyframes tick along behind the scenes.
It's also built using 64-bit architecture which gives it a little more power beneath the hood and means that even those professional editors using 4K resolution video shouldn't have any problems working within the suite.
Final Cut Pro X is now a download-only piece of software will cost you £179.99 and is available to download from the Mac App Store Now.